"I lounge on the surface of the lapping waves. My eyes are shut, but just barely, in that comfortable relaxation of almost-sleep that is induced by overwhelming warmth and contentedness. The salt water laps gently over my face and body as I float as on clouds for another moment; a long moment, like the calm pause at the very top of a rollercoaster before it drops and your stomach propels out of your mouth. I flip underneath the surface and pop out next to my best friends in the entire world. Their faces are more welcome to my heart than water to the driest of lands. We hop over the top of the waves - tiny molecules in the grand scheme of the ocean. We land. We exchange a look that packs more conversation than any words ever could."