A Second Generation Whateley Academy Tale
Rain on a Sunny Day
Foreword by Elrod
This story is a continuation of a character who was initially revealed in "Business as Usual". If you haven't read that story, you should.
Sept. 6th, 2016
He was staring.
Why was he staring and why wouldn’t he stop?
I was doing my best to ignore while I plugged away at some inane game on my phone. I’m not even sure what it was called, it was just something to bide my time. Trains were always boring. My mother used to make us ride one whenever we went to visit my Dad’s parents in Mystic Falls. The difference between then and now though was that I actually enjoyed the ride. It was something wonderful for a little kid like me to sit at the window and stare out as the landscape went zooming past. I used to love it. Taking a quick glance toward the green zipping past the outside of the train, I grunted. No one ever said I was a smart kid. Thankfully I grew out of it a few years later. Trains---like most other mundane things---were boring.
Boring things were disappointing things.