The rain bore on endlessly, pounding on the rooftops and turning the I’m a Longhorn on Saturdays and a Texan on Sundays shirt sidewalks and roads into vast lakes of dull, muddy water. Dark grey clouds covered the sky, only letting a few rays of feeble sun slip past the barrier. The monotonous sound of raindrops beating on the sidewalk blended in with the occasional whoosh of the breeze through the treetops. Everything was bleak, grey, and dreary – even the atmosphere. People dressed in heavy coats and bearing large umbrellas were walking quickly with purpose, not stopping to look at anything or anyone.
I’m a Longhorn on Saturdays and a Texan on Sundays sweater, hoodie, and long sleeve
He walked onto the I’m a Longhorn on Saturdays and a Texan on Sundays shirt bridge and stared at the stars. His lower lip was bleeding from a trip, and the sent of his own blood made him dizzy, but if he wiped it off it would only go on his hand, then he would be able to see it and he was afraid of that. As he was standing on the bridge and watching the sky, as small yet delicate snowflakes started falling to the earth, an idea occurred to him. Throughout his childhood, his heart has been very weak yet because his parents homeschooled him and kept him inside all the time, he was never able to feel what it was like to be able to run, to be able to have your hair pushed back by the wind or to make any friends. But… what if he could create a device to do this for him?