You woke up and just saw darkness, 'Oh its still night time...'. You thought, going to back to sleep. Only to wake up again, and seeing only darkness, and again you went back to sleep. This happened a couple more times before you had realized that night time had already passed.
Slowly you got out of bed and sat on the floor, trying to figure out why you couldn't see. "Am i...blind?" You asked yourself, even holding your hands in front of you. You felt your face, and could feel your eyes open.
Carefully you stood up, staking small steps forward. You put out your hands in front of you, to touch anything in front of you. You were trying to find your closet, so that you could get dressed. while you felt around for some jeans and a t-shirt, you thought to yourself.
'Why am I not panicking? I can't even see....I am blind.'
You put on some clothes you found and you now went to go look for the bedroom door. After what seemed like forever, you found the doorknob. You opened the door and walked out slowly, making your way to the kitchen.
Then you heard a knock at the door, and then you remembered something. Alfred was coming over today, and now he was here. You tried to quickly make your way to the door, only to stumble over a few times. But finally you found the door, and you opened it.
"Hey, sorry it took forever." You said to Alfred.
"Hey (Name), thanks for inviting me over. But you could have brushed your hair at least..." Alfred said, chuckling a bit.
"Oh, um, sorry about that. But anyways, come in." You said, smiling, and looking up.
"Thanks." He said, sounding happy.
You felt him brush past you, and you closed the door. You turned around and stood there, not knowing where he went, or where to look. Carefully you walked towards where the wall was, and you pressed against it, using it as a guide.
"Are you okay (Name)? You're acting weird." Alfred said.
'Should I tell him? No...I shouldn't. He would freak out.' You thought.
"I'm fine." You said, stepping away from the wall.
"Okay then..." Alfred sighed.
You walked slowly into the living room, looking for a certain bookcase. "You can take a seat Alfred, I want to show you this cool chest I bought." You said, as you found the bookcase.
You remembered the chest was on the top shelf, which was a bit out of reach. You stood on your tiptoes and tried to grab it, only to bump into the bookcase. "(Name)? Do you need some help?" Alfred asked, sounding concerned.
"No,no, I got it." You said reassuringly. Without knowing it, you bumped into the bookcase again, making it wobble. It was going to fall, right on top of you. But you didn't even notice.
You felt Alfred push you out of the way, and then you heard a loud crash. Arms were wrapped around you, as you sat in Alfred's lap. "You need to be more careful. Didn't you see that thing about to fall?" Alfred asked you, looking at you.
You sat their motionless, looking out in front of you. Not fully aware of what just happened. "(Name)? Are you okay? You've been acting funny." Alfred asked, sounding frustrated.
"I can't see..." You said quietly.
"I..can't see..." You repeated, sounding sad.
"You're kidding right? Look at me, how many fingers am I holding up?" Alfred said, his hand now on your shoulder. You turn your head in his direction and sigh. "I'm serious, I can't see." You said, looking in the direction you thought he was in.
Alfred then picked you up bridal style and carried you. "Huh?! Where are we going?" You asked, taken aback by this sudden gesture. He then set you down on your couch, and he sat next to you.
"Should I take you to a doctor?"
"But..I'm a nation. They won't know what to do."
"(Name), this is serious. We need to take you."
"No, we don't. Besides, I have been able to see for almost 100 years. Being blind can be troublesome, but I'm alright with it."
Without a response from him, you felt his arms around you again, his head resting on your shoulder. "Alfred?" You asked, putting a hand on his back. "I don't want you to be blind. Your eyes...they look so dull and gray. I want to see them as they were before." Alfred said, sounding sad.
"Don't be sad. Just because I can't see, doesn't mean I'm not still here. I'm still my usual self, I just can't see." You smiled, trying to cheer him up. You felt him pull away slightly, and then to feel his lips pressed against yours.
A blush crept onto your face, as Alfred pulled away. "Alfred..?" You said, blinking a couple times. He then took your hand and placed it on his face, that's when you could feel cold tears running down his face.
"Oh no, please don't cry Alfred. Don't be sad, please." You said, a worried expression on your face. You leaned forward and hugged him, allowing him to cry into your shoulder. You didn't know why he was sad, but it sure did break your heart.
Alfred pulled away from the hug, sniffing a bit. "I think I know where we can fix your eyes." Alfred said bluntly, a smile on his face now. "Really? Where?" You asked, wondering as to where. "Arthur's. He could probably fix your eyes with magic." Alfred said, sounding confident.
He then picked you up again, and then ran towards the front door. Taking you to Arthur's house, where hopefully he could fix your eyes. And Alfred could see the beautiful eye color you had before.