They walked along the top of the snow and flashing lights lit up the way of the road. They turned and saw a sign for their favorite restaurant. They went over and got on the Sky-A-Vator. As they walked into another Sky-A-Vator going down, the Rjaňaäks pushed the buttons on their boots and unzipped their THUDs and snow suits. They folded them and put them in the garment room and put their name on a waiting list and sat on the bench. The bench had a nice 80 degree angle for perfect back support, and was cushioned with a very comfy padding. The fabric was a light blue with purple polka-dots on it. Twenty minutes later, they followed a very nice lady to a table. The waiter brought them all a small, thin Hydra-Antibiotic-Tablet (HAT) for their waters. They poured the packets in their drinks and then put the empty packets in a shredder which shredded the paper, wetted it, and put it into a mold. Then they rolled out into a container on the table from the wall and were dried and transformed into napkins.Then they ordered. John got ham and eggs, Taylor got waffles, and the kids got pancakes with eggs and bacon. A few minutes later, the server came out with a tray of packets, nine plates, four bowls, and a pitcher of water. Everyone poured water into the plates and bowls, and then tore open their packets of powder. As they put the powder in the water, the powder wicked the water up and hydrated the powder turning it into the meal of their choice. They then put the empty packets into the shredder. After they were done, they went onto the Garment room and got their stuff.
When David put his THUD on, it hurt. “Huh.” He thought to himself. “That’s odd.” THUDs are designed to be light and you should not be able to feel them putting it on. But David DID feel it. He slid the THUD off and rolled up his shirt sleeve to reveal a big black-and-blue blob on his arm. “Oh no. OH no. Oh NO. OOHH NOOO!!” He was suffering from the cold weather and not having his THUD on. He yelled for his dad, who was a doctor and he came rushing over. He examined David's arm and told him that they needed to go home immediately or else the blob would get bigger, infecting his whole body and having a potential to die. Ignoring the pain, David rushed to put on his THUD and his siblings helped his THUD not have contact with him until it started to inflate. When they got home, David was moved to his bed. He had a Alternative Cardio-blood Tube (ACT) put in his toe. But that did not save him. He died a day later.