David woke up after the best night's sleep he had had in weeks. He got out of bed and yawned loudly. Adam then walked into the room. "Good morning David. And how's my patient this morning?" Adam asked.
"He's great." David said with a smile.
"That's good to hear." Adam said smiling back. "So, How would you like a tour of the HATS institute?"
"Well I've not got anything else on for today." David said.
"Good. I think you'll like it here." Adam said opening the door for David who then walked out with Adam close behind him. The two walked down a long corridor similar to a hospital's. In fact, pretty much everything looked like a hospital. The
Dear Diary Part 2
"February 21st 2019. Dear Diary. We had our first supernatural come in today, although I do wonder how the supernaturals hear of us... Anyway. We rather interestingly got a vampire, it's interesting because they usually like to keep themselves to themselves. Me and Sam got to work with him which was a fantastic opportunity for us, to get that close to a vampire was just amazing. He was complaining of feeling sick recently which is a pretty poor excuse to come to us but never the mind we did some tests. Turned out to be a lot worse than a mere tummy bug. Turned out he had caught a disease which was new to any of us. We haven't come up with a n
The sun had just started to rise on the immaculate summer day. Deep in the woods, the sun's bright rays broke in between the leaves and rest upon the welcoming ground. From a hole in the soil, just underneath a large oak tree, popped out a long, fox snout. The snout sniffed the air before whipping back inside. Shortly after, out walked the mother fox, along with three of her cubs. The sleepy cubs yawned and whimpered as they were brought out into the sunlight, the bright day harsh on their newly awakened eyes. One cub let out a second long yawn.
"Do we have to wake up mummy?" Yawned the cub, who was in a fairly grumpy mood after being rudely
The time was 2:46 AM; I was sat alone in my darkened bedroom, staring at the empty page illuminating from my dim laptop screen. Everyone else in the house had gone to bed, the only noise to give me company is the annoyingly loud hum coming from my laptop which has been a problem ever since I bought it, but thought nothing of it immediately. It's only in situations like this where it not only becomes annoying, but almost atmospheric in a creepy "There's an axe murderer right behind you" way.
The reason I am telling you this, dear reader, is merely because I am bored. Not only bored, but tired too, coming in hand in hand with frustration. At t