(Sure! Don't expect too much tho)
Amianda stretched her arms wide as she entered the mess hall. Normally the only thing on her mind would be trying to guess what was in the lunch lady's brown slop, but today even these inedible, mushy lumps seemed brighter, more hopeful. No more training for her, she was a full-fledged soldier! She grabbed her tray and, with a slight spring in her step, claimed her own lunch table, looking around for someone to wave at to beckon to sit by her.
((lol sorry its so long..))
Sam sat at the end of Amianda's table, a loaf of bread jammed in her mouth. She grunted in greeting and munched on it. (It's fine!)
Amianda half-laughed. "Good morning to you too." She took a spoonful of slop, chewed it slowly, and swallowed with a grimace. "3D maneuver gear, I can get used to, but this food? No frickin' way." Through her second mouthful of 'breakfast', she asked Sam, "You pumped to be done training or what?"
Sam grinned wildly, her short locks stickig up. "He.ll yeah I am!" She suddenly sobered and poked at the mush on her tray. "So...have you thought about what branch you're going to join yet?"
Amianda grinned wider, exposing the breakfast stuck in her teeth. "Honestly, i'm too psyched about the Recon Corps. Sure it's dangerous, but you get to make a difference, you know? And hey, who doesn't want to see the world outside these walls?"
Sam smiled at her tray. "Yeah... I have been thinking about the Recon Corps..."
"Really?" Amianda squealed, astonished. "Wow, I thought for sure I'd be one of the only ones to even consider it! Not that I don't think you'd be up to it or anything, but...you know, it's pretty dangerous, most people aren't too thrilled about that."
Sam smiled softly. "I've always wanted to see the outside..."
"What do you think it's like?' Amianda said, half to herself. "I've heard of how big it is, not even comparable to the walls we call home. And trees...I want to see them. Not just one or two, but the huge, rolling forests I've heard about. It's almost hard to believe!"
Sam grinned and spread her arms out. "What about the huge oceans?!"
((sorry, TI decided it wasn't going to let me go on forums when I wanted to today...:( ))
"Don't even get me started!" Amianda stood up, slamming her hands on the table to beam excitedly at Sam. "I hear they're so big, you can't see the other side! Imagine," she sighed, looking at the ceiling dreamily, "for once, not being surrounded by walls, people...anything."
Sam jumped up. "Imagine... Deserts spanning for miles..." (Sorry!)
((lol, guess it was my turn to slack off :3))
Begining to get a bit over-the-top and theatrical, being caught up in the moment, Amianda leaped onto a lunch table, spreading her arms wide. "Seeing the sun set behind the horizon, and not a cold, stone wall! OH, WHAT A SIGHT!"