No words can describe how lonely I felt after everyone I cared about had gone. Clyde gave me a sad look as he went away with Jenny."This can't be happening to me," I said, clasping my hands over my head. I got up after deciding to climb up the mountain. It was five o'clock, quite late for one to go hiking on their own but I didn't care. I got water from my backpack, drank it and threw the bottle on the ground. I stood up and slung my bag over one shoulder. By the time I reached the spot I wanted, my breath was coming in short gasps and my lungs were burning. My throat was parched so I got another bottle of water and opened it. I sat on the grass and drank it then sprayed myself with insect repellent. I fished out my phone but unfortunately it was down. I put it back in the bag and looked at the beautiful trees.The small clearing was sorrounded by small trees. It was beautiful and peaceful. Keri and I used to play there a lot whenever our family brought us to the mountain and Lakesh
Even before I opened my eyes, I knew I was in a hospital. I was lying down and my head was throbbing. I felt a dull pain in my chest. I opened my eyes to an empty room. My left hand was and head were bandaged. What a sad sight, right? Waking up in a hospital with no one by your side. It wasn't hard to believe that everyone had abandoned me after everything that had happened. My eyes watered when I thought of Chris. He had ruined my life in the worst way possible. How could someone be so cold hearted? How was I going to show my face to the world again? I sobbed on. I wished I had some one with me. My friends probably brought and abandoned me. I could tell it was night time and I wondered how long I'd been unconscious.The door opened to reveal Clyde carrying a coffee cup. He was wearing a white shirt and skinny black jeans. His brown curls were tired into a ponytail. I smiled weakly, thinking of how terrible I looked."You're awake," he put the cup on the table and kissed my forehead.