Well, I really let the ball drop on this one, didn’t I?
She sat down, sliding right up against the window. Watching the water calmed her nerves. She pressed her face to the heavy glass until her breath fogged the view. She wiped away the condensation and then checked the time. There was still some left.
At the other end of the lounge, a door opened and closed. She jerked away from the window. It was a family of four. She went back to the window; her breath fogged the glass; she wiped it away; she checked the time. He was late.
For the first time in her life, she felt seasick.