At the End of the Day, Chapter 5, little boys.Chapter 5 Little boys September 22, 2012. His arms crossed from the cold and partly from his shyness. Gail slowly swung his legs back and forth over the edge of the rock bridge. He looked over at his carefree friend sitting next to him, staring up at the damp willow branches. Seth smiled, thinking back to a time him and Gail had hopped a fence to a horse pasture and rode for the first time together on that black Dale. Gail had been happier than ever the moment he realized nether of them had fallen off when the horse bucked. Seth had held on tight to Gail, and Gail clutched the mane, closing his eyes 'till heavy hooves came back to Earth. On the bridge, though, Gail was still and quiet. Finally, Seth caught Gail staring at him and said, "So what's next summer?"
At the End of the Day. Chapter 4: First Morning.Chapter 4 First Morning Gail stumbled out to the living room. His arms felt heavy, like dead weights. He dropped to the cold leather couch by the big window, and looked out to the shimmering streets. It had rained the night before while Gail had been watching the video. His mind drifted to the subject. He still didn't understand what it was supposed to be about. Suddenly, a sharp clinking sound darted from the kitchen to Gail's open ears. Gail spun his head around to see what it was. There stood his father, Brill, leaning against the island. Gail turned his whole body toward Brill, saying sleepily, "I thought you worked today?" Brill turned and check on something in the oven, and then replied, "Well, I thought I had told you this, but I got a promotion. The work I do now can be done here, at home. I wanted to spend time with you, so I chose t