Today was any other day on Kashyyk. Jerit took in a deep breath and exhaled slowly, making sure to catch every bit of carbon dioxide escaping from his mouth. The boy was dressed in his normal Jedi robes and was sitting on a white bench in the courtyard. Everywhere he saw, Jedi were walking and hanging out or going to complete certain tasks given by the order or their master if they were knights and below.
Jerit wanted to take a break today to just enjoy Kashyyyk. He wanted to just have a good time but as it sat on the bench he felt more lonesome than ever. He needed people to be with and then an idea struck. He could host a little party with the other padawans and possibly rangers. There would be no masters and they, including him, can all have a good time. Jerit got up and walked over to his room.
When he opened the door, he hurried and retrieved his datapad and sent a message inviting everyone to a nice little party. Before sending it, Jerit realized that he did not have a place to have the party at. He thought for a while before it struck him. The waterfall! Everyone could go swimming and drink! That sounded so much fun! Jerit edited the message to say that the party will be held at the coordinates of the waterfall and that everyone was told to bring swimsuits and that drinks will be provided. Jerit looked to his bag and smiled. He knew he had enough drinks for everyone. If he ran out, eh could get some at the bar no problem.
He sent the message after which he gathered all the booze he had and he put a pair of shorts into his bag as well. He went out of his quarters and headed for the waterfall.
The roaring crashes of the waves of the waterfall soothed Jerit's loud mind. He set his backpack of booze on a rock and changed into his swimsuit. He dived into the water and it was at a pleasant temperature. Not too cold and not too hot. It was perfect. Jerit went underwater and used the force to extend his breathing. He swam through the water fall and got up onto a rock. He would only see water flowing down behind him. He yelled before jumping through it and back into the water. Now he waited for anyone else to join.
Edited by Jerit Kolomor, 09 February 2018 - 09:33 PM.