The Doctor said it would be strange, the feeling of sitting in a room you supposedly lived in but felt as if you’d never seen it before. His eyes surveyed the four walled bedroom sighing. The memory loss was hard enough, but the cracked ribs and broken list made everything worse.
"Sean." he mumbled to himself, he allowed it to roll of his tongue before shaking his head. "What a horrible name." Only a day had past since his car accident, and he couldn’t remember a single thing since waking up in the hospital— and from what he’d be informed, most of the students weren’t aware either.