His favourite flower crown?
It's three delicate lilies wrapped around a green vine, sitting in a messy, yet aesthetically pleasing spot. An array of violets and roses line the soft green vines, woven so beautifully that they created an unique pattern.
That was one of many flower crowns that Bryce McQuaid owned and it was by far his pride and joy.
His mother, Mary the Florist, and his gender fluid brother, David the Bear, both caused him to grow a liking to flowers and the many soft, vibrant and glowing colours they provided.
However, when tragedy struck, it ripped David away, spiralling Bryce into a dreamland.
Now he's the gay flower boy in the school. The one who sits on a floral blanket surrounded by flowers while reading books.
And he's fine with that.
Until a new boy comes to school. One that's completely different to everyone.
And not in the happy way.