As soon as I got out of bed jack and I went back to the hospital. He was being really sweet to me, I’m not really sure why. I walked into the hospital not really expecting what was coming next...at all. I made my way to her room, but before I got there the doctor that was helping my mom stopped me. “Ms. Seavey. I need to talk to you.” He said. I turned to face him. “Y-Yes.” I said stuttering while pretending to look okay. He looked at me with a sorry expression on his face. It only made me feel worse. Jack took my hand in his and squeezed it. It immediately made me feel a little better. “Your mothers not doing so great, we’re gonna have to keep her here longer for more treatments.” He told me. “Oh. I said relieved. “She’s alive.” I breathed out lifting my head out at the ceiling. “Oh! I’m so sorry, I didn’t mean to have you think that-“ He stopped but I paused him. “It’s okay, I owe you so much. Thank you.” I said. “It’s no problem, you can come and see her before she gets ready for her surgery.” He told me. My eyes lit up. “Yes!” I’m so happy to see my mom it’s been forever. I didn’t bother waiting for him to open the door, I just went alone in myself. That’s when I saw my mom asleep, I was kind of sad because I wanted to talk to her, but I wanted her to get her rest that she so much deserved. I pulled up a chair that was against the wall to get closer and sit next to her. I took her hand, making sure to not wake her up, and kissed her on the top. “Do you want me to wait outside?” Jack asked. I kind of totally forgot he was here for a few minutes. “No no, it’s okay. I want you here..if you don’t mind.” I said. “It’s no bother.” He said smiling while sitting down next to me. “How are you holding up?” He asked. I didn’t really know what to say. “I’m just really hoping she makes it out okay. I need her Jack.” I said looking at him. “I know you do Em..she’ll be fine, she’s strong. She is your mother after all.” He said trying to cheer me up. “Thank you for being here..I honestly don’t know what I’d do if you weren’t.” I told him. “That’s what friends are for.” He said. I rolled my eyes. “That’s such a cliche thing to say.” I said.