“So one of the nurses told me that you wouldn’t move.”
I groaned and rolled over onto my back. Looking up, I saw Dr.Sage looking frowning at me.
“Well look at that! You moved!” She exclaimed in a jokingly manner.
I rolled my eyes and shot her a look. Something she was most defiantly used to by now.
“So what’s your plan for the day?” She asked me.
I shrugged, “Stay in bed.”
“Staying in bed? All day. That’s awful.”
Again, I rolled my eyes. “Not really. I like it. It’s nice.”
Dr.Sage sighed and reached behind her, grabbing my desk's chair. She pulled it to the front of my bed and sat down.
I noticed, her blonde hair was extra curly today. Also, her same coral lipstick was smeared. Not going to tell her though. She can suffer.
“Jess… I seriously thought we were making some progress.”
I scoffed, “Bull crap.”
She mumbled to herself under her breath, no doubt something about my stubborn ways, before she looked back at me. “Today is a big day. You should do something.”
Annoyed and completely given up on the chance of going back to lying peacefully, I propped myself up with the elbows and glared at her.
“A big day? Hmmm, nope. Don’t think it is. Is it September 13 yet? Am I finally an adult?”
She glared back at me.
“Didn’t think so. Thus, it’s not a big day, Dr.Sage.” And with that I plopped myself back down.
Clearly aggravated with me, she rose from her seat and walked over to my window. Furiously, she pulled on the string and the blinds pulled up. I almost hisses as sunlight flooded into my dark room.
I did however, groan and grab for my pillow from under me. I smashed it down on my face, blocking out as much sunlight as possible. “You wake up every day and plan another way to torture me, don’t you Sage.”
I heard her small chuckle from beside me. “Oh yes, Jess. My whole entire world revolves around you, and only you.”
“Actually I’m pretty sure your world, which is Earth, revolves around the sun. Basic science, Sage.”
This time she scoffed and I felt my pillowed ripped away from my hands.
“Hey!” I exclaimed sitting up.
I looked down and saw her impatiently tapping her foot. I raised my eyes back up and glared at her. She folded her arms across her chest and smirked at me.
“What was that for you winch!” I shouted.
She rolled her eyes. I bet after a year, she was more than used to my behavior.
“There’s no need to be smart and no reason to use foul language.”
I chuckled, “Oh, Sage you can take your coral lips and kiss my lovely -”
She cut me off, “Enough, Miss.Crawford!”
I scoffed and leaned back on my hands. “What do you want me to do then?”
She placed my pillow back down on my bed before flattening away the nonexistent wrinkles on her long, yellow as the sun dress.
“I’m telling you, Jess. That you are to get up, get dressed, and be lively. Today is a special day for you, which is exactly why I’m calling a special session with you. I’ll see you bright and bushy tailed at high noon.”
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“I love you, Jess. Sure things might not be perfect right now, but they will be. One day you’ll accept everything that’s happened. And one day, you’ll be freed.”