It was a great day for skiing, not until I decided to have a break. You would think that in a sunny day it wouldn’t cause any problem, but because I was just unlucky before I knew it the weather has changed from sunny to a snow storm.
So the only I could do is put my ski’s on and go to the nearest shelter. I was lucky enough to find one and to be open, my luck hasn’t run out yet, I thought. I quickly searched for a phone or something to give notice to people to come and find me. There was nothing. I screamed to me self, stay calm there is no use to be in panic mode.
I turned on the lights and when on a hunt for firewood, luckily there was some in the other room. I carried everything to the fireplace and tried to light them, it took an hour. The storm was getting worse and suddenly the lights gone off. Great I murmur to myself, so I went closer to the fire and tried to warm myself up. The cold was creeping through the walls and my negative thoughts were increasing, that I wouldn’t be saved and that soon the fire is going to go off because there was no other firewood.
I was thinking that moment if I was in a horror movie I would be probably the next person to die. As I thought that the wind started howling.
It was so cold, so cold indeed.
Nothing to do, but wait for a rescue, but the thoughts on my mind wouldn’t leave me alone. That a psycho Killer is out there ready to kill me and I didn’t do anything to save myself. Morbid I know but the only thing I could keep in my mind was that someone was playing with my head. With these thoughts, I fell asleep.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Under the Snow.”