I started crying.
"What happened then?" I asked, crying.
"Moonrise stayed by you. Scarlett had seen it, and came running up to you. She said, that Moonrise would not leave you, and when the ambulance came and took you here, Moonrise was trying to go after the ambulance, even though there was the scary blue lights and the noise. Scarlett has been looking after Moonrise, but no one has been riding her. We thought, you would want to decide who would ride Moonrise, while you are here. There will go a few weeks before you can ride again," Mom said.
"I'll go out and call her, she would like to know that Lucy's awake now," my dad said quietly to my mom, but I still heard it.
"Where's dad going?" I asked, even though I had heard it.
Before my mom could say something, a doctor came into the room.
"Hey, your awake now?" The doctor said.
"Yes, and she seems to remember like everything," my mom replied.
"That's great, but Lucy, I have some questions for you," the doctor said. "What's your surname?"
"Johnson," I replied.
"Okay, next, when's your birthday?" The doctor asked.
"29th June and I was born in 2000," was my reply.
"Great, where do you live?" The doctor asked.
The doctor kept asking me questions about where I live, my family, and so on. Al last she was finished.
"Well, it doesn't look like you have any brain damage," the doctor said. "There still will go a while before you can ride again, because of your leg."
"What should I call you?" I asked the doctor.
"Sorry, call me Stephanie," she replied.
Before I could say anymore, my dad came in the room.
"She'll be here in about 10 minutes," said dad.
"Great," replied mom.
"I've got to go and check on some other patients, and I expect you want to be alone," Stephanie said, before leaving the room.
"Do you want anything, Lucy?" Mom asked me. "If you want, I can go down and buy you something in the shop."
"Something horsey," I replied.
"I'll go down and see what I can find," said mom, and then she left the room.
"Can Moonrise come and visit me please?" I asked dad. "I really need to see her."
"I don't think she'd be aloud to come in here," dad snorted.
"But like, just outside the hospital! I need to get some fresh air soon," I replied, getting annoyed.
Dad opened the window.
"There, you can get some fresh air," my dad said.
"Daaaaadddd," I exclaimed. "You know that's not what I mean,"