Note: Okay, now this is my first HI fic. I wrote it awhile ago and decided to go ahead and send it today. So I hope it's allright! Enjoy!!

Bright lights, a screech and. Suddenly Jill sat upright in bed, breathing heavily. She looked over at Tim who was fast asleep and tried to shake him awake.

"Tim? Tim, wake up!"

He moved a little and moaned. "Mmmmph.."

"Tim, wake up!!"

Tim suddenly shot up like a cannon. "We'll be right back after these messages from Binford!"

"No, Tim, it's me."

Tim groaned and rubbed his face. "Jill? What's wrong?"

"I don't know. I had a dream."

"Well, if you were sleeping that's good."

"No, Tim, it was very real. And it freaked me out."

"Well what was it about?"

"I'm not sure. All I remember was bright lights, a screeching sound, and a crash."

"Probably dreaming of something I did on Tool Time," he said, laying back down.

"Tim, come on, I'm really scared here."

"Of what?"

"I don't know. I mean, Randy, we let him-"

"Jill, whoa, before you start getting into worry mode, Randy's fine. He just went with Lauren to a concert. And Randy's an excellent driver."

"How can you be so sure?"

"Well, because he didn't take my driving skills, that's for sure. Look, just go back to sleep, please?"

"Yeah, okay. I'm just going to go get some milk first to help me sleep. You need anything?"

"Honey, believe me, after what we had for dinner it would probably be safe not to feed me anything else if you know what I mean."

Jill rolled her eyes and walked downstairs, while putting on her robe. She looked outside. No car. She sighed and remembered only a few hours before when Randy was sure that he could be responsible enough to drive to where they were going.

"Come on, mom, it's only an hour away. And I've driven at night before. I swear I'll be careful."

Jill shuddered. She just had a feeling that something wasn't right. Randy was always the one with the problems. And that dream was so real, that she was too scared to think what it probably meant. In her heart, she hoped that he would be allright, but then again she could ignore this feeling that was nagging her. And that's when the phone rang.