HeartbeatsThis is nothing more than random fluff. You have been warned
The heart is just a muscle. Or so Eliot thought before she really got into science. The miracle of the cardiac muscle used to amaze her when she was a human; such an intricate system of electrical pathways, connective tissue and muscle that worked together to keep organisms alive was a miracle in her eyes. Even broken down to its smallest components, it was still a fascinating structure.
Eliot knew everything about the heart, about the entire human body. But the heart was her favorite. Especially when she found out that a heart could help another,even while it was still inside your own body.
It was three in the morning when she shot bolt-upright out of the sheets, her breathing erratic and her hands balled over the knotted black scar to the left of her heart. She could her the blood rushing in her veins, pounding in her ears in response to the same nightmare that had plagued her since receiving that scar. She was q
pinned ya!He couldnt sleep he lay on his back staring up at the ceiling not matter what position he lay in he couldn't get comfortable. The snoring of his fellow of teammates didn't help either he sighed irritably and sat up he glanced at Scott and Lightning's bed. Scott was mumbling something in his sleep but he didn't open his eyes. Brick sighed again and climbed down from his bunk his alarm clock ticked away quietly on the bed side table. He didn't want to risk turning the light on in case he woke someone he felt around for his shirt in the dark he grabbed it and pulled it over his head. He squinted in the dark and looked under the bottom bunk for his boots he managed to find them but lacing them up was a challenge.
Brick opened the door and stepped out into onto the deck the camp looked so different at night everything was dark he shivered a little he hated the dark but the moon was out and lit the sky light a torch so it wasn't so bad. He sighed again and started running a good run would so