Cliche though it may have been, June knew sitting in the sun was the best place to be. It both kept her warm and gave her perfect shading to work with. She wasn't a prodigy or anything, but her artistic skill was considerable. A whisper made June look up, thin blonde brows raising as she looked for the sound of the voice. She saw the doctor in the corner and smiled in return. "Hello, Doctor Essex."
She was uncomfortable with people she didn't know and the man in the rec room with her was no exception. The thing was she'd gotten good at hiding her discomfort. Gripping her pencil again, she returned to her drawing.
"This was outside my door when I woke up this morning." Quietly she added, "It's my first flower and I'm trying to draw it so I'll always remember it." Bright blue eyes looked at the vase and the petals. "It will only stay alive for so long, but when it dies I will still have this drawing. If it come out okay, I mean."
She frowned slightly. "Were you sleeping over there? Sorry if I woke you up."