First Impression ~ Chrody
Charlie Fabray grinned as he reached the familiar grounds of his beloved summer camp. Sure, the experience wasn’t for everyone. For one thing, there was a focus on Christianity, but as a Fabray that definitely wasn’t a problem. He enjoyed it. And then, of course, there was the fact that clothes weren’t allowed. He didn’t mind that either, he’d grown used to it over the years. It was just fun in the sun, it allowed him to be closer to the Earth, and to focus on his faith. Not to mention he always came home with an awesome tan. He walked through the grass and smiled as the sun’s rays hit his face. The mandatory nudity rule wouldn’t be enforced in place until the camp officially opened later that evening, but he had wasted no time undressing.
Every now and again, he spotted someone he knew and waved at them. Campers were arriving one by one. It was the slow start to what would hopefully be an awesome summer. In this crowd, however, he spotted a boy that looked to be about his age that he did not recognize. This struck him as unusual. Due to the nature of the camp, newcomers were always rare, it was more of the same people coming back year after year.
Curious, Charlie made his way towards the boy and flashed him a friendly smile. “Hey there man.” He said, extending out a hand. “I’m Charlie. Charlie Fabray.” He smiled. “First timer?”