"Wait, you're kidding right?"
"No way, man."
"But, there's no way that that's true, you've gotta be lying to me!"
"I swear I'm not lying, dude."
"I saw it with my own eyes."
Good or Bad?
"So, do you want the good news first or the bad news?" She asked.
However, I couldn't help but take notice of her tone. It wasn't the light, airy, melodic tone she usually spoke with. No, this was... different. Darker.
I watched as she wrung her pale, slender hands in front of her body. Her head swiveled left, then right as she tried to look anywhere but directly at me.
And that was when I saw it. It was barely visible at first. In fact, I was sure I'd have missed it entirely had I not been watching her so intently. But slight as it may have been, it was there. Her entire body trembled as if someone had set all of her motor functions to vibrate.
I didn't want to believe it. I couldn't. The only hint of light on this damned desolate ship. The bright, bubbly woman I had grown to look up to, was terrified of something. And I was willing to bet that it had something to do with whatever it was she came to tell me.
"What's the bad news?" I asked.