*The Next Afternoon*
"I'll try not to ask any questions you were asked yesterday," the male interviewer says. "So, nothing about the tour. Instead, how are the One Direction boys?"
I smile, another interview today to comply with our manager. "They are great. We usually exercise together. Play video games together. Basically, we are always together."
"To add on with what Amber just said," Emily says. "People all over Twitter always think we spend time alone. No, never. We are all such great friends that we love spending time together."
"Can you explain the thing you do every Monday on Twitter?" the man asks.
"Actually, we just did one yesterday," Delaney smiles. "I came up with it myself. Draw us. Everyone did so well, and I was so happy to see how many people sent us tweets. It's hard to pick just five people to follow. Which is what we do. All of us follow five fans we think completed the challenge the best. Then we'll do the same with our band account."
"Alright," the guy nods. "How is Twitter for you girls?"
"Well, there are the haters out there," Sarah answers. "Like there is for all famous people. It's hard to ignore, but we handle it all quite well, I'd say."
"Some people still don't believe we tweet. But it's us," Olivia says. "Sometimes we can't tweet certain things for our image. But it's us tweeting. I just want everyone to know."
*The Next Day-Early Evening*
"When was the last time we spent time like this?" I smile as I open up my travel notebook.
"Seems like a long time ago,' Harry kisses my cheek.
"Too long, but now we can plan for when the tour ends. There's so much I want to do. So many places I want to visit."
"Where are some places you want to go?"
"Well, there are a ton of places I want to go to. But for our summer adventure, I want to stay in America. I say we should go to New York for a week."
"Alright, we should book some stuff soon."
"And I'd love to spend a few days in LA. It seems like such a fun city."
"Alright. We should start at New York and do a road trip like thing."
"That sounds awesome. I'd love to go to Myrtle Beach. And Orlando. We could go to Disney."
"Those all sound like great places to go to."
"Um, where else would I like to go? Oh, I'd love to go home for a bit. I miss my family."
"We can visit them then. But for now, we've got to get ready for a concert," he leans over and gives me a kiss. "We can hang out like this again. Real soon."
*A Few Hours Later*
"Hi San Jose!" I smile as the crowd reacts.
"Who is ready for the question?" Delaney asks. Again the crowd reacts like we know them to.
"Alright, here is the question," I laugh. "What's the best part of traveling? Well, we haven't traveled that much. I'm still waiting for the time we travel to a different country. Well, on overseas, that is. But I love seeing new places. That's the best part of traveling for me."
"I love getting on a plane," Emily says. "Or getting onto the tour bus. When we are actually traveling, that's the best part for me."
"I love sightseeing," Olivia says. "So kind of like Amber's answer. But I don't go to extents liker her. She plans everything out, I just go out and explore the place we are at."
"I love just being able to travel," Sarah says. "I thought I'd be stuck in the town I was born in forever. I'm so glad to just be traveling around."
"Last one to talk and I don't know how to answer," Delaney giggles. "Um, the best part of traveling is, gosh. I don't know. I agree with all the answers given. So, everything."
"I'll take that answer," I say. "It's hard to choose sometimes."
*The Next Night*
"Okay, Oakland, tonight's question is, have any of us had braces?" I ask. "Which I think is an interesting question. And I have to say yes. I had braces in middle school. Then the retainers freshman year."
"I had braces in elementary school, then off for a few years. Then back on in middle school," Delaney says. "It was terrible."
"I had braces starting in the late years of elementary school all the way up to right before freshman year," Olivia says. "It was long years of torture."
"I had braces for less than a year in 10th grade," Emily says. "Well, end of 9th grade into 10th. It wasn't too bad."
"Never had braces," Sarah says. "Never going to. So I'll never know what these girls are talking about."
"Well, that's our answers," I say. "Nothing too exciting. But someone asked, so I thought it should be answered. Anyway, onto the next song!"
*The Next Day-Early Afternoon*
"This is not okay," Harry says.
"What's wrong, Curly Whirly?" I smirk as I move my hips around a bit.
"Love our bikini's, boys?" Emily asks.
"Love is a big understatement," Niall says.
"It's hard to focus," Liam says.
"Staring is wrong, boys," Olivia laughs. "I mean, we are kind of staring at you."
"Come on, let's get to the pool," Louis says. "Standing in the hallway staring at each other is nice and all. But not something I want to do for the rest of the day."
"Alright, let's go," Sarah says. "I actually do want to swim today."
"Yeah," Zayn says. "That's the whole reason I put my swimming trunks on."
"Enough talking," Delaney starts walking to the elevator. "Come on, I want to swim. So follow me."
"I'm coming, Laney," I jog to catch up with her. "Don't look at our asses guys, and hurry up."
Hope you liked it! I've finally gotten back to writing, so I should be able to post longer chapters. :D