I write because it’s something I love to do. There is no greater freedom then getting to express ones self
Archer of the Stars
I’m not going to keep it a secret; I’m a Sagittarius, and I’m proud of it. Like any other zodiac sign, Sagittarius have our own set of traits. Whether or not I am precisely like the mythological Sagittarius is what I found out. After going through many different articles, I found many similarities in most of them. It’s those similarities that I picked out and compared to my own personal traits.
A Different Method of Hibernation
Wouldn’t it be convenient if we didn’t have to go anywhere during the winter? Or suffer the annoyance of coming in from the cold and suddenly having to pee so bad it isn’t funny. We all have to go. It’s a simple and annoying thing every living creature has to go through. How long one can hold it depends on several factors. However, if you’re a Wood frog, you’re probably able to hold it for around eight months. I know what you think that’s impossible and crazy. I thought the same thing, and then a little bit of science made it all make sense.
Trudging through the slushy snow, Darren slowly lifted his freezing hands. Exhaling a warm breath on his nearly frozen fingers, it was barely any relief. Turning down the dark alley he called home, Darren paused as he felt someone staring at him. Darren slowly turned to see someone who was quickly walking towards him.
Vrain clamped down on his control. Removing the scope from Shane’s chest, Vrain stepped back. Shane slowly sat up, his eyes locked on Vrain. Feeling his recovering heart begin to race again, Shane reached towards Vrain. Vrain forced himself to step back as Shane glanced around the room. “What is the security in this room?”
Hearing the door to his office open, Vrain turned to see Shane. Fearing he’d lost track of time and missed their next research session, Vrain immediately glanced at the clock then back at Shane “you’re over an hour early.” Sinking back into his chair, Vrain took a few slow deep breaths. It was bad enough he was already on edge about his next research session.
Shane's breathing was loud, not nearly as loud as his pounding heart. Vrain's gaze moved to the EKG monitor as Shane's heart rate continued to increase. A fast drum in Vrain's ears. Shane's heart was perfectly steady, as always. Vrain wanted to hear Shane's heart skip, just once. To feel the powerful muscle shudder under his palm was a dream that Vrain desperately wanted to come true.
Vrain didn’t feel like he was able to breathe until after Shane had left. Even then, it was still difficult, enough so that Vrain sat in the ultrasound techs chair. Looking up, Vrain watched Margo race into the room. Concern filled her face. Vrain instantly knew that she’d seen everything from the comfort of his office.
Hearing his phone ping, Vrain looked up to see Margo had texted. Reading the text a few more times, Vrain's heart stilled. Nervousness mixed with excitement soared through him. Shane was back already for more testing. Margo had already gone ahead and had him burn off a chunk of his energy. He was in room four.