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“Let’s go for a drive!” Charles said as he smiled brightly.
“Oh, I suppose,” I replied with a grin.
And so that’s what we did, we drove. With childlike wonder we looked at the lights, watched folks stroll down the sidewalk and just enjoyed the company of one another.
“Charles you know what I never realized before?”
“What’s that?” he asked.
“I never realized how, how beautiful it this time of year, especially at night. How the snow covers the trees, the way the lights hit the snow, the way it sparkles, everything. It’s all so perfect.”
I watched Charles as he looked out the window, staying quiet as he thought and looked around the scenery that surrounded us.
“Wow,” he responded in amazement, “it is.”
We continued to drive, soaking in our surroundings, and before we knew it and hour had passed since we had left the dance.
“Well we best head on our way home,” Charles said with a sigh.
And just as we started on our way home it happened, and happened fast. While even to this day I cannot remember all of it, there are parts I will never forget. I remember being pulled from the automobile, screaming Charles’s name over and over again. I remember looking into the flames, confused and disorientated.
Before I knew it I awoke, lying in a hospital bed, surrounded by doctors and nurses.
“Doctor Michaels, she’s awake.”
“Okay thank you for telling me,” a man whom I assumed was Dr. Michaels replied. “Ma’am can you hear me?”
“Yes,” I murmured.
“Ma’am you do you have any recollection of what happened tonight?”
“I do not have much of one at all. We were just driving and then before I knew it there were flames everywhere, and now here I am.
By this time I had stood up from the hospital bed and was walking around.
“I don’t really know how else to say this, but you and the driver of the car you were riding in tonight got into a car accident.”
I’ll never forget the flood of emotions that came over me at that exact moment.
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“His condition is still being evaluated by some of our other doctors.”
“When can I see him?” I questioned nervously.
“I cannot give you a definite answer as of now, but I assure you they are taking top notch care of him.”
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