Our Wonder Room

Adventures in Finding God

Just Flashes

Is It Morning Yet?

we dogEvan just could not fall asleep. He tried reading a book. Tried watching a show on his iPad. Even counting sheep did not seem to work tonight. Uggh. He wanted to sleep so badly not because he was tired–he was anything but tired–but because the sooner he got to sleep the sooner the morning would come. The sooner the morning came, the sooner his birthday came. And with birthdays came presents. “Maybe I’m trying too hard,” he thought to himself. He gave up the fight and simply closed his eyes and tried to clear his mind of the anticipation he felt inside.

He opened his eyes, expecting it to be only minutes after he’d closed them. But what he saw was light just peeking through the tiny cracks between his curtains and his window. With no hesitation he jumped out of bed and raced to pull back the curtains separating his room from the rest of the world. The brightness of the morning nearly blinded him, but it was here! It was his birthday! While he wanted to race into his mom’s room he thought better of it, not wanting to appear to eager.

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The First Flash

Out of the corner of his eye Casey thought he saw a flash. A quick flash of light, when he turned his head though he saw nothing out of the ordinary. The soft thud in his head was still there and the eyes that had been glued to the computer screen most of the day were beginning to demand a rest. Stubbornness won out, however, and he pushed on.

Five minutes slipped by. Then fifteen. Maybe half an hour. As Casey looked at something on the edge of his screen, there it went. Another flash of light. Brighter. Definitely longer. This time from out in the hallway. Without thinking, Casey let go of his mouse and walked from behind the desk. Slowly. The pain in his head was gone, replaced by the pounding in his heart.

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