Shannon allowed Imogen to lead her away to the car, she clutched her blanket close around her shivering shoulders. She didn't look at Peirce, except she once glanced over her shoulder once at him just to make sure he was OK and hadn't gotten hurt. She was reieved to see he seemed OK, soaking wet, but unharmed
Jake brought the hat back to Pierce, tail wagging as he dropped the soggy thing at his feet.
Pierce smiled and reached to pet his wet dog, scratching him behind his ears.
"Hmm..." Imogen said, digging through her bag. She pulled out the smallest dress she owned and handed it to Shannon. "Sorry, it's not much, but it'll work until your clothes dry." She said with a smile.
Pierce bent to scoop up the soaking wet hat, patting Jake's head as he did so. He started to walk away, dripping and shivering.
When Jake realized Pierce wasn't going to throw the hat again, he started to shake himself dry. He started to pad after Pierce.
Shannon looked at the dress, it was a bit big, but would probably work. The dress was a denim dress with some kind of pattern ebroidered at the hem, it had pockets, two side and one 'bib' pocket.
"Th-th-than-k-ks." Shannon sturred, she was freezing cold now and her speech impediment was making it difficult for her to speak clearly, Shannon awkwardly fiddled with her jean button, she ha dno dry underwear...this was awkward. Shannon swallowed, she wans't liek Imogen and wans't about to undress in front of her, she waited for the girl to leave or turn her back. Shannon looked around to see if there was any better place to change.
Pierce sighed as water droplets got flung on him all over again. He went to sit in the grass, wrapping the blanket tighter around him. He knew he didn't have any other dry clothes so he didn't bother looking as he sat down on the ground.
Jake curled up beside him silently.
Izzy had jumped up at the first sound of a splash with the intentions of helping whoever'd fallen in, but in the crowd and the chatter she was stuck on the outside. She stood there by the shore, wanting to help, but not knowing what she could do that wasn't already being done by so many people.
"Is there anything I can do?" she asked a little late, considering that both Pierce and Shannon were now on dry land.
"N-nah, it's okay. W-we're good." Pierce smiled at her and pulled the blanket tighter around himself. He would have to wait for himself to dry off.