I had woken up from my father’s cold hands touching mine.
“D-dad?” My eyes were heavy, and my voice was raspy. “It’s okay Ember, you just broke your arm.” He said calmly. As if just broken my arm wasn’t bad. “Your friends are here,” he pointed to the girl I just met and some other girl. “How-How’d I get here?” I asked, afraid. “We found you with your arm all bloodied up,” one of them responded, I couldn’t tell who from my weak state.
I noticed there was something on my arm, it was white but stained from blood. There was a tall nurse that was examine my arm. She smiled at me coldly. “Tell me if this hurt,” she calmly said. She started bending my arm both ways. “Don’t worry, it’s not bone decay.” The nurse said to my worry filled father. “Good.” I held my hand tighter. “We’ll be home soon, okay?” he smiled brightly.
“Your awfully nice friends need a thank you, don’t they? And little girl, where are you from?” he asked. “We got into contact with the other girl’s parents but not yours.” My dad said. “Um, my parents said I could be here.” I noticed it seemed like she was lying. “Are you sure?” asked my dad, certain she was lying too. It seemed Phoenix knew. “Well, whatever, I’m sure we’ll be able to get you home.” My father kindly assisted. “NO!” she struck. My Father’s eyes were led off to a jump and was confused but didn’t mind. “I mean, I have my own ride.”
I could barely remember anything, the girl, Phoenix had slipped my mind. I could barely open my eyes wide enough, my heart raced, and I could barely breath. My arm was aching. I couldn’t remember what happened.
But then, memories had quickly come back. I remember being in my room, the plants in my phone growing bigger. I remember that now, I don’t have a phone because of it. All of it seemed unreal, like a fantasy; a dream made by my mind. “Alright Ember, you’re all ready to go. That broken arm of yours will heal in a few weeks.” The nurse helped me up.
Once I had gotten out of the hospital, my friends had given me a pat. “So, where are you from?” Allie asked. “Well, here in Texas but I’ve lived in Wales. I just moved from there.” I smiled back at them. “Wales? That’s a long way away.” They laughed. We had a good time chatting, but that all ended as Phoenix and Allie left my side as I parted ways with them. “Bye!” they said at once. “C’ya at school!” I went in my Father’s car, which was an old car that barely worked.
“Father?” I gave my Father puppy dog eyes. “What do you want?” he sighed.
“Well, see, I broke my phone.” I said as sweetly as I could. “You what?! You know how expensive those things are!” he yelled. “I know, I know, but I’m just saying.”
“Well you better be ‘just saying’, because I’m not buying you a new one anytime soon.”
A/N: I hope ya liked it. It's Ammy K's turn now!