(A/N sorry i haven't posted in a while, i am writing a Christmas story and i need it up by Christmas. Hope this makes up!)
I was confused, lost. Unaware of my sourrondings. I sat in a bed full of daisy's. I got startled when I saw them.
Someones just trying to mess with me I thought. I got up, my head hurt and I was dizzy.
"Hello? Anybody!" I shouted hoping for an answer. "Just...me." A voice echoed, a shadowy figure emerged from the shadows.
I stepped back every time it stepped forward. My heart was pounding, my palms began to sweat.
I ran. There was no choice. Then my ghost decided to join, "Dreams are not wishes Daisy."
"Ahhh!" I screamed, crying, I fell to the floor. "Leave me alone!"
I woke up, my forehead was swarmed with sweat and my heart beat started to go down.
It was just a dream. Just a dream. I got up and had a shower. I need to calm my mind. The ghost and the serial killer was driving me crazy, school didn't help either.
I walked into math class, late for the first time. Mrs. Lamb gave me a glare but put it to rest.
"Mossy, I even made it on time." Tyler whispered to me. "Thats great Kingsly." I said back trying to copy the notes on the board.
I was a nervous wreck, nothing made sense. One minute I was here, the next minute I was there.
Then I fainted. I could hear the voices around me. Tylers, Erics, Mrs. Lamb's.
"Olivia can you hear me?" Mrs. Lamb asked. I could, but I just couldn't find the energy to say it.
The principle came in, I seen him before. Once, when I first came to the school.
"Okay, call an ambulance." The principle said, I forgot his name. Did I really need an ambulance.
The red and white truck that when I was a little kid I always wanted to go in? That ambulance?
I could hear the sirens, and a tall woman came in with a strecher, this other guy helped her.
They wrapped me up and hooked up these straps. I don't remember the rest. It was all a blur.
The doctor told me that I may have more fainting experiences and that it may become a thing. So I have to take this pill.
I looked at the orange container, small pills filled to the top. I took one out.
"Here ya' go." Fiona gave me a glass of water, I popped the pill in my mouth, then took a big gulp of water.
"So I have to take this everyday?" I asked, looking at the empty glass.
"Yeah, I guess." Fiona took the glass back. "You get a day off from school."
I nodded, I decided I didn't mind the pills, but how much people will want to help me and stuff. If you didn't know already I am a very independent person.
Fiona sighed and left me alone in the dim lit room. I sat there until dad sent me off to bed.