Jennifer Itzlie promises me that she will get in contact with my family and my heart flutters with appreciation. I don't think she knows how much that truly means to me. That I may be able to hear my mama and papa's voice again. That I can speak with my siblings again. That I can arise from the dead I was in for two years. It felt like mere moments since the abduction and the awakening. I just feared I was going to regain memories. That is the one thing I fear the most. I glance back at her and give her a gracious smile. I mouth 'thank you' to her before I turn back to the man. Goodness. He truly looks worse for wear. My headache passed much quicker than this when I began to remember, but then again, I was put under a lot of physical and mental pressure, and I doubt my body was processing certain pains properly. I just hope he remembers soon. I hate seeing him tied up like this. My eyes flicker over to the other man for one brief moment and I grimace. He...he doesn't look quite right. Yet sympathy begins to bubble up within me. These are all victims. Made into monsters. Bile begins building up in my throat and I want to panic. I force myself to breathe at an even rate and I smile pleasantly at him as he agrees to take medication. "Perfect. You are going to need your strength." I tell him gently and my brow raises at his sarcasm. I suppose I shouldn't be surprised. It has just been two proper years since I've heard this level of back-sass. It reminds me a lot of my older brother and my heart quivers in my chest. "You know some people feel comfortable like that." I tell him with a small smirk and I shake my head "But I understand. You aren't scared I am sure but then again...you are not too well. I promise it won't be like this for too long my friend." I stare at him tiredly. I still can't register who he is in my head. He should be familiar, and yet...he is not. I hate that everything is a blur. I want to know but at the same time, I truly don't. I want this to be just a nightmare. "It's going to be alright. I promise."