You were at the library a week after you'd been discharged from the hospital. Due to your head injury, you now had to wear a medical bracelet and carry a card that explained to others that you were prone to bouts of dizziness and blackouts and not to worry. Kid was with you since he could sense when an episode was coming on and would get you into a safe position; ie lying or sitting down so you didn't hurt yourself.
The reason you were currently at the library was because you had a lead. What you had a lead on, you weren't sure, but something in the back of your mind nagged you to look up specific information. At first you had just brushed it off as something related to your job. As the days passed however, the thought persisted and you finally decided to do some research.
About the time you thought you had found some of the info you were looking for, you felt a tug on your sleeve. “Not now, Kid,” you muttered distractedly.
He tugged on your sleeve again, this