My eyes were known to have deceived me before. This one time, I thought I saw what wasn't there and realized too late that what wasn't there was there, just not where I had originally thought it wasn't. And I crashed into what I thought was there but wasn't exactly there, if you understand my meaning here... anyways, my eyes can be deceiving.
"Are my eyes deceiving me?" I asked.
"Yes," Macie said, sorting that question out. She went back to her phone, realizing it's battery life was low.
That was when Chevron had to admit that his eyes must be deceiving him too because he saw something.
"Are my eyes deceiving me?" Chevron asked.
This time, Macie had to look up from her dying phone, and she saw what she could only describe with a question: "Is that a charging port for our phones?"
"With free wifi," Chevron said, excitedly.