All days start out normal for me. I go to school, go home, eat, and go to the chat rooms. I tend to avoid my family so I can talk to my friends and other bronies. I am a closet brony for the safety of socialization and mockery of others. As my dad is soon to retire, so my family is already finding a place to move permanently on a beach. At these kinds of times I draw. I usually draw to relieve stress, anger, or really anything else. I also chat with other bronies and pegasisters in the chat rooms. One of my friends, a fellow brony, is making a site so we can post about anything MLP. I am currently helping him with the site, also gives me more time to be with my friends. After he was done for the day, I would go to YouTube to watch the Luna episodes over and over. One of these days, when I get enough money, I’ll get a tattoo of her cutie mark on top of my arm and maybe a couple of constellations. Each night I go outside and count the stars to let the time pass.
Every so often, I gaze at the moon and my mind tends to space out, then I fall asleep. As we pack up our stuff and sort out what to bring, I listen to the news about a solar storm that is soon to hit earth. I really wanted to see the aurora for myself, but with my knowledge, you can only see the aurora near the poles. They said that it would be at least 2 weeks until it hit. That will be around the time we move into our houses.
A week later, were on the road again. I found a shack away from the city, only an hour from my parents and a half hour from the university. In the shack I had a kitchen, 2 bedrooms, and a living room. The bathroom was accustomed with the house along with heating and electricity. I had made the second bedroom my astronomy room so that I could work in peace. That night I went outside as I usually do to count the stars, then I accidentally fell asleep again. I woke up to a thunderous bang overhead and noticed that right there was a fluorescent flow of colors that reminded me of the sonic rainboom, at which was just a random blur of colors. I thought it would never happen but it was right in front of me. An aurora not at the poles, I had no idea how, but I was glad to see it and hoped it would never go away.