((His legs, sorry about that.))
"I could crawl." Cole suggested.
((No problem. I kind of figured but I just wanted to make sure ^ . ^ ))
“Would that not be just as painful?” Blake sighed. “What about the horse? If I make her kneel down I could help you on her?”
"My arms are still fine... I think." Cole checked his arms, "yeah they're fine for the most part and I don't really want to go on a horse right now..."
“Okay… I’ll go get the tractor…” Blake said but hesitated, she didn’t want to leave him alone but she wasn’t helping much by just standing there. She finally turned on her heels and ran out of the barn.
"I'll be crawling towards the exit then," Cole yelled out when the girl left. He turned onto his belly and crawled towards the exit.
Blake came back a few moments later with the tractor, she hopped off and walked back into the barn seeing that the young man was half way to the exit she walked over to him. “I didn’t actually think you were going to crawl…” She mumbled. “Which leg do you think is broken?”
"I'm not sure, there's an equal amount of pain in both legs." Cole replied.
Blake nodded and suggested he turn onto his back, once he did she hooked her arms under his and dragged him carefully over to the tractor. That was the best she could do, she was strong but not strong enough to pick him up. “Sorry…” She mumbled and helped him onto the tractor.
"It's okay," Cole said with pain. Cole climed onto the tracter, "where are we going?"
Blake climbed up and started the tractor, driving towards the little farm house. "My house... If that's okay?"
"That's totally fine," Cole nodded. "Go ahead."
“Okay.” Blakely said and drove to the front of the house before cutting the engine and jumping off. She glanced over at the stairs going up to the front porch and bit her lip. “M-my house isn’t really built for situations like this…” This was proving to be more difficult then she expected. “Maybe I should just take you to the hospital… I mean it’s about an hour away but I’m sure they could accommodate you better then I can.”
"No!" Cole said, maybe a little bit louder than he had expected to. But Cole quickly continued, "no, I can't afford it right now. I'll just get off and crawl... Again."
Blake jumped at his sudden outburst, looking at him questioningly before he continued. She looked down as if almost ashamed to have suggested it, sticking her hands in her pockets. "S-sorry..." she mumbled.
"No, I should be sorry for startling you." Cole shrugged. After that he propped himself from the seat and tried to get down. "Let's hurry up."
“Okay…” Blake mumbled. “I… uhm… I could try and piggyback you…” She suggested. “So that you won’t have to crawl or get dragged…”
"I think I might be too heavy," Cole thought, "I'll just crawl."
"A-are you sure? Once you get up the stairs here I have a wheelchair that you can use..." Blake told him. She had gotten the wheelchair one year when she she fell off her horse and broke her leg... she hated the fact that she couldn't even leave the house at that time.