To say that Miranda had been looking forward to the whole camping trip was a damn understatement. The minute she'd found out about it she was talking to SGA and reserving a large spot on the site for her entire family, without even consulting them to know whether they would be able to come or not. She'd already previously mentioned to Melli that she wanted to go do something like this with all of them, after having found their camping equipment she thought it was a perfect moment for family bonding. The school sponsored trip was like a sign that it needed to happen and she took no hesitation in making sure it would.
The only thing that was left was telling everyone about it and being convincing enough to make sure they all came. This was one of those things were she knew her entire family had to be there, no exceptions. It was okay if there were some people who missed out on the painting and dinner as that was the sort of thing that she understood not everyone wanted to come along to regardless, but there was no way she was going to take no for an answer for this. And Miranda could be pretty damn convincing when she wanted to.
Luckily for her everyone seemed to be pretty amenable. She was ecstatic that there didn't seem to be a problem with people wanting to come. She'd known people like Avery and Melli would be easy to convince, but even Nick had agreed to come and he was bringing his non-girlfriend, which made her all too excited(she shipped it okay? and really could you blame her for wanting to see her pouty awkward cousin be with someone he clearly liked?)
Everything seemed to be going according to plan until she found out from Pippa that her brother wasn't going. Miranda was the sort of person that loved everyone fiercely and stood behind them no matter what, regardless of the fact that he was kind of(a lot) a jerk, she still wanted him around, she still wanted him to come, even if she had to drag him there herself.
Which was what she resigned herself to do. She'd come all the way to Simon's place ready to kidnap him. He'd have no choice, even though he might be mad at her over it. Rapping her fist on the door, Miranda called out, perhaps a bit loudly through the wood of the door. "Simon! Siiiiiiimon! Come out to eat with me."