Cold steam came jetting out of the sides, now clouding my vision to one meter. Panicking to shut it off, I turned the key with excessive strength and snapped it in half. “Why is this happening to me?” I thought to myself, “I don’t know what to do anymore.” All the emotions of helplessness, fear, confusion, and frustration rushed into my brain all at once. It felt like I was a spectator of a war with millions of me with different emotions battling each other and feeling each stabbing and punching they produce. Lost in the chaos, I felt wetness dripping down my body. I was crying I realized. But there were no sound, just giant drops of water forming at my tear duct. The teardrops sucked away the fog, and an unconformable red laser peeks through and enters into my eyes. My eyes felt like being injected with a thousand needles, but there was warmth about it, oddly enough. Then I woke up on the flowerbed in my front yard with sprinklers on.