I woke up buried in snow that covered my whole body. My left leg seemed to be broken because when I tried to move I felt a sharp pain in my shin. I also had blood covering the left side of my face and the snow around it. When I tried to move up out of the snow my head began to hurt so bad that I had to stop moving. My gloves were soaked through, which made my hands feel like they were on fire.
How had this happened to me? I must have been knocked out while skiing because I had my ski boots on and one ski attached. The next question I asked myself was, where am I? In order to answer this I needed to push myself out of the snow and get a bearing on my whereabouts.
I finally got myself up, and I found out that I had been buried in a little more than half a foot of snow. This meant I must have been there for awhile. My surrounding landscape was blanketed in white. I was in a forest, where the light bearily penetrated to the ground. It was snowing very hard and I knew I was going to be in alot of trouble.
There was nothing for me to do because of my broken leg and the gaush on my head, which both made me feel excrutiating pain. Hypothermia started to settle in and made me shake uncontrollably. I drifted out and felt comfortable in my sleep.
I dreamed of events that happened during my life, when I first learned to ride a bike, a trip to arizona, and my first kiss. All of a sudden I was awakened by a brown nose and a dog's bark. I thought I was seeing a wolf and was about to be made into a meal. I had hardly any energy and passed out again.
I woke up again with trees whizzing by me. It made me feel like I was flying and thought I was going to heaven. I felt warm all over and started to fall asleep again.
I woke up and the first thing I saw was the white sheets of the hospital bed. I thought I was still stuck in the snow. My eyes focused and saw my dad and little sister. My dad told me I was alright and I was in a hospital.
"Is this a heaven," I said.
A doctor walked over and replied, "No it's a hospital."
I finally was safe in a warm bed with my family near. I figured it was heaven.