Blood doesn't make a family
"Blood is thicker than water." We've all more or less heard a variation of that saying at least once in our lives. It's said to convey the belief in thinking how family bonds will always be stronger than anything else. You don't choose your family, so family is special, untouchable, and above all.
People often like to think outrageous trends and fads are a side effect of modern day situations & social climates, but popularizing things in that way in fact seems to be more due to human nature in of itself. Sensational obsessions overtaking the masses have swept across countless generations, all throughout human history, repeating similar patterns, as well as usually fading out eventually in time.
The Dawn of the Auroras
In the early hours of Tuesday, October 11, 2033, alarm bells struck. Leading NASA solar physicist Theodore Alan Wright and his team of researchers stumbled across something of which was exactly what they had feared was coming. They had been tasked with running non-stop, highly advanced computerized simulations of the sun, on their now state-of-the-art supercomputers granted to their head office in hopes of predicting changes in solar weather which could prove dire to day-to-day life on earth.
The Megaball Slip
23, 32, 61, 53, 68, 19 5, 14, 21, 66, 27, 10 41, 56, 63, 12, 59, 22 64, 3, 45, 11, 47, 20 17, 36, 62, 29, 8, 3 Antonio jotted the numbers swiftly down onto the next fresh, blank page of his small, black notebook which was gifted to him by his AP English literature teacher. He befriended his teacher, Mr. Robertson, and bonded with him over his love & passion towards writing. Mr. Robertson gave Antonio the notebook at the end of class one day, as a little surprise, since earlier that week he admitted how he developed a habit of writing everything on his phone, for which he jokingly scolded him for.