He probably could have laughed at his brother's bombardment of questions if he knew it wouldn't make his head hurt worse. "Where am I supposed to start in answering that bunch of questions?" he inquired thoughtfully before trying to start at the beginning of the list. "I'm fine, perhaps a small headache, but other than that fine. If you can trust what the healer told me it was a bludger incident. It hit me in the back of the head and knocked me off my broom...which is probably why they sent me to the hospital, but I can't remember any of that or why I was on my broom in the first place so I couldn't tell you if that's the truth or not."
Teru was still receiving small, blurred images that floated away as soon as he tried to focus on them and so he couldn't be sure if he had been on a broom or what, but he supposed whoever had sent him there would have told the healers what had happened so they could fix him. The question about why he hadn't told his brother made the older boy feel bad. "I'm sorry for not telling you Kiyo-chan," he whispered, "I would have told you if I had been conscious before they sent me off. I tried to get the healer to contact you once I woke up, but they wouldn't contact anyone. If it wasn't for Kyo-kun owling Nori-chan I probably wouldn't have had him there either."
As the questions moved away from his injury and onto things that were normally talked about in conversations he relaxed a little more. "Nori's doing fine as far as I could tell, but then again we really didn't talk much about how he was doing. He was more interested in fussing over me and asking me how I was doing every two seconds. The only school I'm going to be missing is what I've already missed. It's the whole reason I'm back here now...to make sure I don't miss to much." He then looked at his brother with a raised eyebrow. "Now, who told you about me being hurt in the first place and how much did they tell you?"