The cold breeze made her shudder. It bit at any of her exposed skin but it wasn't enough to wake her. The woman was sprawled across the long, unkempt grass. The smallest hint of moisture evident on each individual blade and even the young woman's tan skin. Her hair was a windblown mess, dirt covered her face and as one moved down they could see the dark spot of dried blood on her shirt and some of her skin. The wound had bled enough to pool around her left shoulder. Ruining the perfect green colours of the long grass with dirty splotches of crimson. Birds chirped above, it was still early in the day. The sun barely peeking through the thick canopy of trees. Eventually a single, determined beam poked through the leaves. This is what woke her. Eyes shot open, back starting to rise and fall quickly as her breaths came in fast and fearful. Her heart started thudding in her chest, getting louder by the second. Hazel-green eyes scanned the grassy field, wide open in shock. 'What happened? Where am I?' The questions were only just starting to form in her mind, soon they would be racing through, not allowing her for time to think properly. Her hands slowly started to clamp shut as she felt the grass in her palms. A deep exhale escaped her as she slowly started to push herself up. The dark haired woman assumed getting up and moving around would be a good thing, she could figure out where she was, how to get home...but that wasn't the case. Instead the woman was bombarded with fragments of memories, images flashing in her mind, seconds of random scenes. Clenching her jaw she closed her eyes as she winced in pain, her head slowly beginning to throb. She could hear the constant thrum in her ears, it got louder as the pain worsened. She tightened her eyes shut more, thinking it would help. Gritting her teeth her brain seemed to be working overtime as it tried to piece together the memories while also questioning her position and how to get home. A small scream escaped the woman, it was loud enough to startle a flock of nearby birds. Her hands shot up to her temples. Gripping her hair she put pressure on either side of her head as she started to lean forward. Eventually her face hovered just inches above the ground as she dug her elbows into the dirt. A groan escaped her as she gasped and swallowed hard. She mumbled words to herself as tears began to form from the pain. It all then came to a sudden halt. The steady pounding in her ears stopped, her heart beat slowed down, normalizing itself, the images of scattered memories dissipated. It all grew silent, unnaturally and eerily silent. Opening her eyes she looked at the ground. Letting go of her hair she slowly brought her hands down. Her head slowly coming up. The raven haired woman remained on hands and knees for a few moments before fully pushing herself up and simply sitting on her knees. The surrounding forest seemed never ending. She was in a small clearing. Her eyes slowly scanning the surrounding area. The loud caw of a crow startled her. Turning to face the sound she found herself standing and staring at a few crows in the distance as the flew off. Her gaze grew confused. It had sounded like the bird was right behind her. 'Probably just the echo.' She thought to herself. Swallowing passed the dryness in her throat she clenched her jaw once again. Standing up straight she looked around one more time. She had no memory of this place, how she got here or where it even was. More sounds slowly seemed to come to life from the eerily silent wilderness. With every new sound the woman found herself looking in it's direction. Running water one way, more birds. Small critters skittering across the dirt. The most familiar sound almost instantly had her attention; the air breaks of a truck. Her eyes looked happy, excited even, to hear a sound she knew. That meant there must be a freeway or some sort of road nearby. Slowly the woman began walking towards the sounds of trucks and cars.