"Bye mom! I'm off to school!" I yelled happily as I left my house.

I remembered that day so clearly, it was your regular Wednesday morning, I was heading off to school like how I always do, not suspecting a thing.

I met up with my friend and we headed to the bus stop.

That was when it happened.

There was a sudden bright light, and I couldn't see anything.

All around me, I heard screaming and sounds of cars crashing into things.

"Where are you? I can't see you!" I heard my friend yelled next to me.

I reached out and waved my arms in front of me frantically, trying to find something, someone, for me to hold onto.

Finally, I found my friend's arm, and we held on to each other as the world descended into chaos.

That was 3 years ago, that mysterious caused everyone to be blind, no one could see and no one knew why it happened.

A month or so after it happened, we were led by the voice over a loudspeaker to safe rooms, where we would be taken care of until they can somehow figure out how to bring everyone's sight back.

A bit hard since the scientists were blind

Over the years, I have gotten used to my surroundings. I felt out my furniture and tried to picture how my room is.

On the left I pictured my bed with a bedside table next to it, a shelf on the opposite side full of books with braille that we were taught to read by a person who has been blind before all of this.

There is a desk for me to do my own stuff and a place where my food gets delivered.

It was comfortable enough, I can chat with my neighbors, although I never knew what happened to my friends and family.

I tried to look for them but I couldn't find them, it was like they disappeared off the face of the earth.

One night, I was preparing myself for bed as I always do, and I heard someone entered my room.

I turned towards the sound and tried to find the person that made that noise but I couldn't find anyone.

After about 15 minutes, I gave up and went to sleep.

After all, if they wanted to kill me, they would have done it already.

The next morning, I opened my eyes and froze.

Opening my eyes? How was that possible?

I held my hands in front of my face and gasped, I could see my hands!

I got up from my bed, about to tell someone, but froze as I looked around my room.

It looked like a prison, with only the bare minimum to keep me alive.

It was nothing like that comfortable room I imagined.

But that wasn't the only thing that caught me off guard.

There was words, written in red marker, on the walls of my room all saying the same thing.