'What's the matter?' 'Suit yourself I thought you might like this orange'.
'I know roughly where it is down the road to your right.' 'Your welcome'.
'Nothing I'm fine'. 'Thanks for the orange.
'Do you know where Dr Leila's office is?' 'Thank you so much'.
'Granny is very pale, is not eating and can hardly move.' 'Thanks and I will make sure.'
'I've come to see Dr Leila.' 'She's got to be there!' 'She's got to help me.' 'I need her.'
'Dr Leila isn't here! Who are you?' 'Stope screaming you'll break the door down, Dr Leila isn't here'.
' Your granny needs to see a doctor urgently!' 'Make sure you granny takes this daily.'
'You must act like you aren't in the van.' 'Or people will get suspicious when we cross green line.'
'Granny! She's not dead is she Samar?'
'Yes Abu Bashir!'
Just as Ayesha was crying and wishing that someone would tell her where Dr Leila's office was, a young boy similar to her age came over and offered her an orange. Ayesha accepted the offer and smelt the sweet sensation of the orange. The smell made her mouth water. After Ayesha had ate the orange she asked the boy if he knew where Dr Leila's office was. He knew roughly where it was and Ayesha was on her way.
Ayesha found her way to Dr Leila's office ferally easy. But when Ayesha arrived the door was firmly shut and no movement was heard. Ayesha started to panic, 'Is Dr Leila gone?' 'No she can't be, Ayesha needs to get grannys medicine'. 'Granny could be dying!' All of those thoughts were going through Ayesha's head. There was no answer to the door, but then after a few clicks and rattles and old woman answered. She told Ayesha that Dr Leila wasn't there bwhen she said that Dr Leila appeared. She had asked Ayesha a lot of questions about granny before giving her the right medicine.
Ayesha collected all the medicine for granny. Dr Leila had phoned an ambulance so Ayesha could get home safely. It was a rough ride back to the flat but Ayesha got there safely. When she arrived Samar was crying. Ayesha started to really panic now. 'Was it to late, had granny already dyed?' Samar was trying to explain but of course Ayesha couldn't understand. Ayesha raced upstairs as fast as her legs could carry her. Granny was not dead thankfully! Ayesha gave granny her medicine and granny started to look better each day. Samar was crying because she was moving house. Peace returned to Lebanon and granny was much better.