The birds chirped. A certain little ten-year-old woke up with a huge grin on his face. "Woohoo!" He cried out. Cosmo and Wanda poofed up next to his bed.
"Hey, Timmy!" Cosmo yawned tiredly, "Why are you up so early?"
"Because, Cosmo, I'm finally getting out of this crazy hospital!" Timmy yelled excitedly.
"Speaking of crazy!" Cosmo cried as he poofed away, Wanda following him soon after. An excited girl popped her head into Timmy's hospital room.
"Good morning, Timmy!" Tootie smiled.
"Hey, Tootie!" Timmy replied.
Tootie walked over and sat on the edge of his bed, "You ready to leave this place?"
"You bet I am!" Timmy said, "It made me realize that falling into raging rivers is not a good idea. Unless, you know, you would be there to save me." He laughed nervously, blushing all the while.
Tootie chuckled, "How is your foot doing?"
They both looked down to Timmy's right leg. Wrapped around his ankle was a dark blue cast, which the doctors inferred was broken from catching on the rocks when Timmy was knocked-out.
"It's fine. I just took some painkillers for it, so it'll be fine for a while." Timmy sighed, leaning back.
"That's good. I'll go see if a nurse can check you out now." Tootie winked playfully and skipped out of the room.
Timmy watched dreamily as she walked down the hallway, glancing back at him once, and then heading towards the elevator.
Timmy heard the familiar popping sound next to him, yet he didn't look over. Although, he did hear Cosmo fly over to one side, and Wanda the other.
"Timmy and Tootie, sitting in a tree…" Cosmo starting to sing.
"K-I-S-S-I-N-G!" Wanda cooed, poking at Timmy playfully.
He rolled his eyes embarrassingly, and turned to look out of the window.
Wanda lowered herself down next to him on the edge of the bed.
"I knew you'd like her eventually. She has such a good heart, and likes you so much. Tootie is also a very pretty girl. No wonder you chose her," Timmy's godmother teased, winking at him.
Timmy's face started glowing a bright pink, and he nervously looked down to fiddle with his blanket.
"Oops. Cosmo, I made him blush…" Wanda pretended to sound apologetic for it, but they all knew she wasn't.
"Here, let me try," Cosmo shifted so he sat just on the other side of his godchild, and leaned in until he was nose-to-nose with Timmy, "Hey, Timmy?"
"Hm?" Timmy didn't actually give a legitimate answer, knowing somewhat of what his fairies were up to.
"Do you liiiiiike her?" Cosmo sneered.
Timmy yanked his head against the bed as fast as possible, the look on his face being absolutely priceless. Both Cosmo and Wanda held their stomachs as strong laughter erupted from the two godparents, much to Timmy's dismay.
He scowled and folded his arms across his chest, "You two are not funny!" A huff escaped through his lips.
"But the look on your face! You were so embarrassed!" Cosmo cackled. Timmy, in turn to their behavior, scowled, looking away.
"Come one, Sport, don't be so sour," Wanda, still laughing, cupped his cheek with her hand, "You've got to admit, you are just too adorable sometimes."
"No, I'm not!"
Wanda just chuckled and moved her hand gently to under his chin, "Tootie's a sweet, genuine girl. All of that inner beauty to match her outer beauty. I really am glad you chose her."
Timmy carefully pulled his head back and nodded, looking down embarrassedly.
The three soon heard the voices of a young girl and a young woman, and the sound of squeaking wheels. Timmy's eyes trained on the door as he saw Wanda, out of his peripheral vision, wink at him before they both poofed away.
Just as Cosmo and Wanda reappeared as books on the table next to their godchild, Tootie and a young nurse pushing a wheelchair entered the room. Tootie looked over at him and smiled, waving slightly. Timmy's cheeks tinted pink and he waved back.
"Okay, Mr. Turner, let's get you into this chair and get you home, alright?" The nurse cheerily rolled it over to the edge of the bed. Both the nurse and Tootie helped the weakened Timmy into the wheelchair. Timmy instantly relaxed the second he was seated comfortably.
"Do you mind if I push him?" Tootie looked up at the nurse, smiling.
The nurse was about to protest against it, being they were both just ten-year-old kids, but she stopped herself. She glanced back and forth between the smiling girl and the blushing boy. A sudden realization and comprehension clicked within her mind, and she beamed back at Tootie.
"I wouldn't mind it, sweetheart. Would you?" The nurse winked at Timmy teasingly, much like Wanda had done. Timmy could only bite his lip and shake his head.
The trio traveled down the hallway silently. Timmy could feel two watches appear randomly on one arm, but he was too busy laying his head back, glancing up at Tootie every once in a while. Although, luckily for him, she had kept her undivided attention on the long hallway before them for the entire time.
They arrived, in Timmy's eyes, way too soon in the lobby. The first thing both Timmy and Tootie saw upon entering the waiting room was Timmy's parents filling out paperwork at one of the desks.
"Your parents offered me a ride," Tootie explained just after wheeling him over. Mr. and Mrs. Turner looked up at smiled at the children.
"Timmy, sweetie, are you ready to go home?" Mrs. Turner smiled down at her soon.
Both children nodded in response and walked, or rode, through the doors to the parking garage before the parents.
It was a long and silent trip getting to the car on the second floor, but they easily managed getting the wheelchair up the ramps.
"Well, why don't we go ahead and get you in the car, hm?" Mrs. Turner positioned the wheelchair so that the three could easily maneuver Timmy into the back seat.
"I'll take that back, now…"
Timmy jumped, startled. He hadn't even realized his nurse had followed them all the way from the lobby.
The nurse saw his surprised reaction and joked, "Well, how else are we getting it back in the hospital?"
A question like that would only make Timmy feel slightly foolish.
"Whatever," He mumbled under his breath, not loud enough for the nurse to hear. This earned him a disapproving glare from Tootie.
"Well, thank you for all of your help!" Mr. Turner called out to the nurse as she walked away.
"You're welcome! I hope he feels better soon! Tell him to stay safe!"
The ride back from the hospital, all four knew, would take just over an hour. Of course, this was the only hospital that could treat Timmy's very serious injuries. And yet, this proved to be a very awkward car ride back home.
BAM. SECOND CHAPTER. *dances*
I am really rolling with my fanfictions lately! I'm so PROUD! :D
Well, here is the second chapter of what was supposed to be a "oneshot", but that didn't work out so well, now did it? xD
This story doesn't exactly have a plot (you know what I mean if you read my fanfic "Lullaby"), meaning I'll update if I get an idea of what should happen next.
Thank you for putting up with the lack of updates from the past two years, because I'm now updating more often!