1. Right infront of my eyes
What on earth is that noise? I questioned as I opened my eyes. Muffles of voices began as 5 boys, very good looking ones at that, we're crowded around my bed as I slowly opened my eyes. It must be a dream. Go back to sleep I thought. But then I realised! I was in a hospital, as I was filming my documentary, one direction walked in. Yes you heard me, ONE DIRECTION CAME TOO SEE ME! I thought I'd be able too keep my cool and act a little suprised but keep all my fangirling for after they had left. Turns out, that's not how life works. All my life I have wanted too be in the Olympics and do badminton. The reason my documentary was being made is because I was in the selections for the world championships at badminton, and if I came in the top 8, I could have my place at last in the Olympics! Life could get no better I had thought. But I didn't think it could get any worse either, as last month I had found out I had a brain tumour. This was the only thing that could possibly stop my dreams from becoming reality, and I wasn't about to let that happen! So I opened my eyes again, knowing the last people I saw after I had collapsed were one direction, not knowing what to expect, I looked around, only too find them smiling at me from the end of my bed. Surely not!? I stared at them for what seemed like hours and fell back to sleep again not saying a word. This was just a dream I told myself, just a dream...