8. Chapter 7
Kellie wasn't answer her phone, which was unusual of her. I walked over to her house and no cars were in the driveway. I continued to walk up the porch, when I spotted blood on some of the grass and porch. I rang her doorbell and waited a couple minutes. Nobody was answering and I was really confused. A car pulled into the driveway. Kellie's parents got out of the car and her mom was crying. I ran up to them. "Matt, I'm so sorry." Her mom cried. "Where's Kellie? Did something happen to her?" I was really confused. Her dad stood next to me and put his hand on my shoulder, "She's in the hospital. That Dylan kid really injured her and she has a memory lost. We came back to pick you up and let you visit her."
When we arrived at the hospital, I jumped out of the car and ran into the building. Of course there was a couple people waiting to be checked out. I couldn't stop crying and I didn't want to wait to see Kellie. A nurse walked up to the check in part of the desk. "Can I help you?" She asked. "Could I know what room Kellie Foy is in please?" I responded. She logged into the computer and pulled up Kellie's file. "She's the third door on the left." The nurse replied. "Thanks so much." I said, walking away. I wasn't surprised that Dylan would do something like this to Kellie. Hearing that she had a memory loss really broke my heart. I was making her more miserable by just being here. I walked into her room and saw her sleeping there. I started shaking and slowly sat on the edge of the bed, taking her hand. "I'm so sorry I did this to you. I wasn't thinking very well when we were together that night. I love you so much. Just tell me you remember me." I cried.