"Sometimes in life, the outcome doesn't always go the way you wanted. That is expected of course, nobody's life is perfect. However, other people may have the shorter end of the stick.. Me? I would say, I didn't even have a stick. That is how I ended up here in this place bound to this cold bed. First time I open my eyes, everything was hazy. I could see doctor talking to my parents. I don't know what he said, but my mother started to cry into my father's chest. How did I get here again? That is right.. My name is Micheal Goodwell. Average teenager who was about to finish his senior year until.. I never had the best of luck did I? All the things that I could have done to avoid that drive on the rainy night that led me here. Even the events that led up to it was a serious of unfortunate circumstances. The fight with my parents, the stress with school, and my broken heart. Perhaps if one of those changed, I wouldn't have driven off down a hill." Micheal slowly open his eyes which felt sore in the bright white light. They slowly adjusted to see the room he was in. He was at the hospital by the appearance of the room. White walls and floors, medical equipment, and it was really cold. He sat up and his hand reached up to rub his brown curly hair, his head pounding. How long has he been out? He remember seeing his parents last time he was awake. There was a plastic tube coming from his hand, leading up to a empty bag. The male yanked it out of his hand and let out a groan, IVs weren't his favorite. Yet again, he could only think about how cold it was wearing only a scrub and nothing beneath. He slowly got out of the bed, legs feeling weak as he took a couple steps. Micheal made his way awkwardly out to the hallway and notices the emptiness of it. "Hello! Anyone here?" he finally shouted when he noticed how eerie the silence was. His brown eyes scan for any signs of life, any response at all. Only the flickering of lights reply to him down the hallway. He looked both ways once more before starting to make his way down one end, close to the wall for support.