My brow furrowed as I watched Hyde cringe in pain.
What are you going to do about it? asked Miss A.
I shuddered at the sudden sound of her voice, What can I do?
You won't know until it's done
I sighed and turned to Stanley.
Help him not to feel it I thought to her, I'll find something to make him more comfortable
Stanley nodded and floated over to him. Then, she laid a hand on his shoulder and began absorbing his pain.
I ran to the bedroom and grabbed the blankets and pillows off the bed. I skidded to a halt before propping Edward's leg up with the pillow.
"Shouldn't we place him in a chair before adding the pillows?" asked Eerie.
"Yes, we should," I flashed an embarrassed smiled before attempting to move Hyde with Stanley.
Sadly for him, I'm malnourished and pathetic in mussel, and Stanley . . Is ghost like. All of this to say, Edward was dropped on the floor many times before he was able to rest in an old chair. I propped up his leg and spread the blanket over him.
"So sorry, Hyde," I muttered, chuckling nervously.