The climbing wall was fun with the Demeter kids, even though the lava freaked me out a bit. However, I just kept thinking about Percy's reaction to me. I still couldn't tell if he liked me or not.
Once we'd finished climbing, we headed back to our respective cabins, and Percy was already waiting for me.
"Hey," he said with a smile, which I risiprocated. "Did you have fun?"
"Cool." He fiddled with his fingers. "See, I was wondering, what types of powers do you have? Or like, what can you do with them?"
I shrugged. In all honesty, I didn't have much power. "Well, I can conjure water in small amounts - that's how I'm kind of friends with Demeter cabin, with plants and stuff - and I can make images of water in the air, but nothing stays for long."
He frowned. "What about like swimming and stuff. Underwater?"
I pursed my lips, trying not to glare at him for asking that, even though he couldn't know. "No. I don't like swimming. Bad for my hair, you see, it's a total nightmare."
"Okay." He was still frowning as a horn sounded for dinner. "Well, that's us. You so know the usual dinner procedures, right?"
"Obviously. I've been here a week already."
He laughed a little. "Come on."