|Parallel Universes by Khold|
"Where is that bus going?" She asked sitting next to me.
"Anywhere but here," I answered looking at the window as it passed in front of people who might have been here to catch us.
"Is she going to be ok?" Jonas asked.
"I'm always ok," I answered. I blinked three time and turned my head to look at him.
"She is always ok," my father answered.
I think Freddy and her friend would be ok too. How many people did I really saved today? I had no idea but more than any seventeen years old is expected too.
"I could eat something though," I answered.
I was in my room, no brain scan, no hospital. I had to love my father for not making a big deal out of this.
"That was a bit scary," Jonas said.
"I don't know, I never watch myself you know," I said.
He brought his hand closer to touch my cheek as if he wanted to verify that I was really there, and alive.
"Do you made another story?" he asked.
"Yes," I said sitting up.
"With a space ship?"
"Hum, not this time," I answered.
"But how is the girl going to kiss the guy if you don't go back there," Jonas said.
He had a nice way of putting things, as if he believed what was happening to me, as if he believed that I could travel into the story. That was refreshing.
"Let's hear that story in front of some pancakes," my father said.
"I'm not sure it's a really nice story for desert," I answered.
"Any story is good with pancakes, that only depends of the topping," my father said.
"Depends on the topping," Jonas answered taking his hand to get out of my room.
"Come downstairs when you're ready."
I sat at the desk and put down a few notes about the two travels in my diary. I needed to write down as many details as possible before I forgot them. I still had the smell of the garbage in my nose, I was feeling disgusting. I walked to the bathroom to wash my hands and my face.
"Are you certain that we don't need to take her to the hospital?" Sabine said to my father as she was turning the pancake in the pan.
"She went to the hospital enough, they never found anything," my father answered. "At this point I think she just need a good rest from everything she had known so far."
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I'm a bit curious in what kind of world you would like to jump if you were to choose any alternative to this one.
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