Post by Sheriff Tom on Aug 28, 2014 21:30:03 GMT -5
Name: Teddy Age: 18 Gender: Male District/Area: District 6 Appearance:
Tall. Toned. Pleasant Smile. Smiles all the time.
Lovable. Hates anything with anger. Good at listening. Nice. Kind. Polite.
Patient: 26371, John Doe character, Doesn't remember his name or anything of the past really, only knows the skills he's learned. Getting back into a normal life in D6. Parents left him, but he doesn't know that. The boy got mad and some accident happened. More down below!
Post by Sheriff Tom on Aug 28, 2014 22:14:23 GMT -5
Writing Thoughts Says Hears
It was a dark and awful night in District 6. A storm had been brewing and clouds covered the stars and moon. The night sounded like it was going to be a killer storm. Citizens and hospitals were preparing for the awesome storm, but there was a boy that was out and about. He wasn't actually a little boy at all, he was just about to be able to live on his own. His brown eyes shining through the darkness of the night. His brown messy hair covered by a beanie trying to keep the poor guy warm. He was pretty good looking. People wondered why a good looking guy was out and about when there was an incoming storm that would freeze people to their core.
The guy's muscles were showing with every movement. His biceps showing with every step. His chest was rather slimmed, but still had muscle. The guy had a scar on his upper right arm, barely being seen as his sleeves moved. He held a smile on his face as he walked. It was pleasant and looked like it could force the dark storm to leave. The guy was wearing a short sleeved t-shirt and jeans. A gray beanie on his head and nice warm sneakers on his feet. The freezing cold had hit and the guy started to shiver. He looked plesantly happy, but his insides were dying, he was truly sad and mad at the same time, but no one knew of that.
The storm hit right after and the guy was heading against the wind. The feeling of it burning his skin. The slightly tanned skin was turning red from the burst of air. A few minutes later the guy was off into a run, his long legs pushing against the freezing wind. Then a crash was heard. A big branch that was flying off of a tree had crashed into the guy knocking him over. The guy landed with a hard thud to the ground as the branch left him. The guy only had minor injuries that would be solved in weeks, but that was the least of his worries.
The guy wakes up in a place that he's never been at. The hospital. His room was pure white with many machines around him. He was hooked up to one that made a soothing sound of a heartbeat. The guy looks at every little detail. He goes to yell, but his voice is raspy and sounds like he hasn't spoken in a while. A nurse rushes in and speaks to him, "Shhh. Stay down sweetie. What's your name, Hun?" The nurse speaking to him was a female and she was a rather older woman. She looked like a kind and nurturing mother. The guy then remembered she asked his name, but there was a problem. He couldn't remember. He couldn't remember his name.
"I-I don't remember, ma'am." said the guy. He couldn't remember his own name and that truly scared him. The older woman looked at him and then suddenly began writing down some notes about him. The guy wanted to know, but every time he went to look at the clipboard, she would pull it back. The guy frowned and crossed his arms, looking more like a child than anything else. The old woman had to contain a chuckle. That's when an idea came to the old woman's head. "Since you don't remember your name, sweetie. How about I name you something because Patient 26371 is kind of long and formal sounding, so you shall be Teddy. It fits you." She said.
Teddy smiled at the old woman and nodded agreeing with her. It had a nice ring to it and he did like teddy bears. They were cute and adorable. Teddy from that point on went by Teddy. He was asked many questions by the old woman and asked to do things for her to see how much he could remember. He found out that the only thing he remembers are his natural skills and his personality. Both of which are a good thing according to the old woman. The next day was the day Teddy asked about himself.
"Ma'am? What can you tell me about myself? I'm rather curious on your opinion." The old woman smiled at him. She absolutely enjoyed Teddy altogether. Sometimes she wished she had kids of her own that could be just as lovely as Teddy was. She spoke in a lovely tone, "Well, from the two days that I've known you so far, seem fairly intelligent. I'm guessing you were raised to be as polite as possible. You are a bit childish at times, that may be from a multitude of things, so I have no guess there. You are quite stubborn, even if you don't admit it. You are very curious and like to learn about things that drag out your curiosity. Honestly, a good kid all around. I'd want you to be a kid of mine any day." Teddy was pleased with this reply. He was all of those things. He was happy to make a good impression on someone.
The rest of the week was a blast for the teen. He was enjoying seeing the old woman every day. She was polite and quite a smart lady. Teddy wanted to be like her. Someone to help others and just brighten their day, especially if they were sick or injuries or like him and had no clue about there self. Teddy liked to learn about new people. The old woman even told him about the doctor that came in to check on him all the time. He wasn't one to complain. The doctor was always very stressful during the night time, so Teddy knew not to bug the doctor and rather bug a nurse in the night time. Teddy also learned about many of the nurses. The old woman even told him that one of the nurse's even thought he was cute and adorable like a child and that made Teddy laugh.
The next Monday was a big day. Teddy was ready to be released, but there was one problem. No one was looking for him. No one was going to get him and take him home to remember. The doctor was there in the room and began speaking to Teddy calmly, "Sorry Teddy, since no one is here to get you, we are gonna have to take you to the district orphanage until we know you can live on your own or someone goes to get you." the doctor stopped for a second, a thought forming in his head. He smiled at Teddy and said, "Unless someone takes you in and adopts you. I have a brilliant idea. Sarah!" The old woman came in the room. A questioning look on her face. The doctor spoke, "I have a proposition for you. How about you take Teddy home with you? He can be that son that you always wanted but never got, plus Teddy here has told him that he is very fond of you. You two act like life long friends already, might as well make you relatives too. It would all be legal after all." She nodded and agreed. That night Teddy went home with the mother of his dreams and felt better than he has been for awhile.
Teddy after that point went back to living regularly. He had to relearn some old things and skills, but other than that, Teddy knew how to survive through most of the stuff. His memory wasn't coming back after awhile and for some reason, Teddy didn't want it to. Everything's been good so far and he'd rather not trouble Sarah with all of his memory nonsense. He was a normal boy and would act as normal as possible. Teddy is currently living with Sarah and goes to the same hospital every other day for lunch and talking to nurses and doctors. Sarah said that one day he'd make a great gentleman and nurse or doctor and that became one of his biggest dreams.
One night in Teddy's subconscious while he was dreaming, memories from before were playing. The first one was him as a young child learning proper manners and how to act around many people. His mother and father were very strict people. They were demanding everything of Teddy. He had to be a good student, an excellent musician, an excellent sports player. He had to be polite and obey his parents and other adults.
As he grew up the strictness grew and Teddy didn't agree with it all. He knew he couldn't be all three of what his parents wanted. He could only be one. Teddy pushed and pushed though. He kept them all equally matched in skill. His parents were proud of him altogether. They even allowed Teddy to explore the district a bit. Teddy felt great in the eyes of his parents during that moment. He kept his intellectual part of him under line when it wanted to say some stupid remark.
Once he was a teenager was when everything turned upside down. Teddy liked Medical stuff and books more. He dropped out of all the sports he was in and dropped his musical instruments. His parents got messages from his coaches and music teachers. They were upset that their perfect son had dropped what he was great at. His parents began to anger poor Teddy with their disapprovals. Then Teddy had enough of it.
The night of the incident where he lost his memories and some skills that he couldn't remember. His parents had gotten angry with their son. His father the worst of them all. They sat Teddy down at the table and said many mean and hurtful words. Teddy held his ground with intellect, but then he broke after his mother began crying and his father yelling for the boy to get out. His father yelled at him and told him he was a disgrace and never to come back again.
Teddy had ran out of the house with only the clothes on his back and a bit of pocket money. Then the storm hit. Teddy was running from his parents' disappointment. The only thing Teddy was wishing for right in that moment was to forget his parents and their disapprovals. He wanted to pursue his dreamed career in the medical field. He wanted to have great parents that treated him right. Teddy was then hit with a branch that hit him across his face. The poor boy fell and hit his head and passed out.
Teddy woke with sweat flowing down his chest and face. He was panting and his eyes were widened in fear. The only thing Teddy didn't know was why he was afraid. He didn't even remember his dream that he just had. Teddy slowly laid back down in his bed. He needed sleep to do his normal daily routine and with that Teddy fell asleep. The dream forgotten about, just like his past was. Life was good and that's all that mattered to Teddy. He didn't care if he didn't know his past, all he knew was to live life one step at a time.