Josje waited for the doctor to appear for more than fifteen minutes.

It was too much time and she failed the battle against herself in which she tried to avoid the thoughts about her skating.

She lost her nerve and tears kept falling down her cheeks. No matter how hard she tried, she wasn't able to stop them.

"Ms. Van der Wiesen, I'm Doctor Comland," the doctor walked into the room reading her files. "I see you had an accident on the ice. What happened exactly?"

He sat down on the other side of the desk and looked up from the files for the first time.

Before she answered, Josje pulled out a tissue from her purse and dried the tears.

"I fell during some footwork," her voice was shaking, "Nothing special, there was no jump or anything; I stumbled over my own feet." Josje wasn't able to continue speaking, she was too upset with herself.

"Okay, we will take an x-ray to see if your arm is broken."

Josje looked at the doctor for the first time and he smiled at her kindly.

To her surprise, he seemed to be just a little older than herself. He had brown eyes with a slight green glimmer and brown hair. Something about him seemed so familiar to her, but she wasn't able to put her finger on it.

He held her eyes for a bit. There was something about her, something a little familiar, but he couldn't pinpoint it so he got up and called the nurse to bring Josje to the department of radiology.

Taking the x-ray took another half hour and Josje was led to the waiting area afterward.

"So, what did the doctor said?" Felix stood up as Josje walked in.

"Not much yet, they just took an x-ray of my arm. The doc will call me in again." She sat down beside him, leaning her head against his shoulder.

"What is it, Josje?" He knew her just too well. Whenever she rested her head against his shoulder, something was bothering her.

"There is something about the doctor, but I can't pinpoint it. It's like I have met him before though, I have no idea where and when!"

"Well you can ask him once you are in his office again," Felix placed a kiss on her forehead.

They sat like this until they heard someone clearing his throat from the doorway.

"Ms. Van der Wiesen, would you please follow me?" The doctor waited for Josje to stand up and then headed toward his office.

"Psst!" Felix whispered once the doctor had left the room, "He's hot!" he said as Josje turned around. She shook her head and smiled at him.

Josje caught up with the doctor in the hallway.

"Sorry!" She muttered as he held the door open for her.

He watched her as she passed him and sat down in the chair.

The doctor placed the x-ray over the monitor and turned on the light.

Even for Josje it was obvious; she had a broken arm.

"I'm sorry Ms. Van der Wiesen, but it looks like your arm is broken!"

Josje took a deep breath and let out a funny sound, one she made every now and then when something happened that couldn't be changed by her. Where had he heard that sound before?

"Yep, it's obvious!" She looked into his eyes and a shiver ran down his back. Josje's eyes were filled with sadness.

"I will put your arm in a cast, do you want the cast to be any special color?" He had never asked a grown up about the cast color before, but his feeling told him to do so.

Josje was surprised about the offer and thought for a bit. Suddenly her eyes lit up and a few dimples appeared on her cheeks.

"Could I have a green one?" The words came floating out of her, as the memory came back. "My best friend in kindergarten always wanted to become a doctor and he used to 'practice' on me. Whenever he did a cast he told me that..." The doctor joined in her words.

"...there is a possibility that flowers will grow on it when it's green!"

Josje starred at her doctor for a bit, "Ben?"

He stood up and walked around his desk, "Jojo?"

When she made a barely perceptible nod, he pulled her to her feet and into a big hug.