Katie has forgotten her past and only knows the present. She wakes up one morning and doesn't remember anything except for her name and her learning. She meets a girl about the same age as her and the girl becomes friends with her. Then, out of the blue, Katie says something that suprises her new friend. She says thatshe forgot about her past.
Chapter One-Memories are in the Air
One, two, three. There was a fluttering flap beside me. My eyes opened widely, my eyes looked around. There was nothing but grass, animals, and trees. The animals simply ignored me on the ground like I was just another dull tree.
Thump. Thump. Thump, I heard footsteps coming to me. There was a gasp of suprise, it sounded like a girl's voice. It was hard to move my muscles, like I haven't move them in ages. The mysterious person kneeled next to me and examined my body. I stared at her, she had olive skin and long dark hair. I wasn't able to see her clothes.
The, now realized, girl called to someone behind her. She said something that sounded like "Mom," or she said "Dom". After a few moments someone came beside her.
"Maybe we should take her to the hospital," the woman whispered.
"I don't know, she doesn't seem hurt," the girl said.
"Olive," the other one said in hushed voice.
"Mom, just, um, let's not do that yet," the girl named "Olive" said.
"Fine, we'll wait for a few days and then we'll call," "Mom" said.
"Thank you," Olive sounded relieved, then she turned to me. "What's your name?"
I didn't know if I could speak, so I just let out a small yelp. Then, I knew I could speak correctly. "K-Katie," I stammered.
"Okay, Katie, come home with us," Olive smiled reassuring. "Are you hurt?"
"No, I think" I managed to say.
"Okay, come with us," Olive held out her hand and I reached out to her and she pulled me up.
Olive was showing me around her house, it was nice. It was like any regular house, no fancy couches or anything. The couches were just plain beige and the curtains were snowy white. The whole house was cover in rug, though. It was velvet red, making the house very warm and romantic.
Olivia led me to her room, the room was painted bright blue. It blinded me for a few seconds, but it faded away after awhile. Her bed looked comfortable, the way it looked fluffy too. A long, blue and brown blanket that also was fluffy covered the bed.
She let me sit down on her bed and she spoke to me gently, "Katie? Where did you come from?"
"To be honest," I tried remembered but nothing. "I don't know.."