3.14.2014

WHTMA: Continued and A Song

Okay, to make the title shorter I abbreviated "What Happened To My Arm" to WHTMA.  The rest should make sense by the end of this post. =)

   Well, my appointment at the doctor for my arm was early in the morning, so I didn't eat breakfast.  Which isn't really that big of deal, since I hardly eat breakfast, and if I do it is late in the morning, anyway.  Well, I got to the doctor, they took x-rays, asked me a ton of questions, etc.  Normal doctor stuff.  Well, then the doctor came in and asked me about my pain.  He very gently pressed and prodded on the wrist and arm.  He was very gentle, and to be honest it didn't really hurt that much.  Well, near the end I started feeling woozy and the pain was increasing.  So as he got up to go look at my x-rays I asked him for a drink of water.  I was feeling quite woozy and light headed.  I told my mom that I was feeling light headed and I sat down.  You know how when, in the summer when it is really bright outside, after coming inside it takes your eyes a minute to adjust to the darkness.  Well, it was like that, except it didn't get better, and it started getting darker and...that's all I remember.  Next thing I knew I could feel myself being wrestled and moved a lot and I actually thought I was being hurt and pulled in all these directions.  Then my eyes flew open and I was laying on the doctors bed/table thing with my mom and the doctor looking over me.  I had passed out!  According to my mom I had started to lean towards her and fallen onto her.  She started calling to me but I didn't answer.  Just then the doctor came in with the water and my mom told him I had passed out.  So he lifted me onto the bed and a nurse ran for something to put under my nose to wake me up.  After I woke up, I felt fine.  I didn't feel woozy at all.  I still can't believe I just passed out.  It didn't seem to hurt that bad, and I've only passed out once before.  But that was a long time ago and I was sick.  Anyway, that is beside the point.  So yeah, I fainted.  Which, despite being rather disturbing, was also quite embarrassing.  For someone who doesn't really care what people think, it might not have been that bad.  But for a girl who always tries to dress, act, and look put together.  For someone who cares quite a it about her reputation, and who tries to act adult and mature, having to be carried by a 30 year old doctor is a thought that is so horrifying that  it almost makes me want to faint again.  But, overall I'm fine.  It is kind of scary, though, thinking about how easily I just passed out.  I have an aunt who has a problem with that; just fainting all of a sudden.  Its not that serious, I mean I only did it twice in 15 years, but still...

   Well, anyway, that's the interesting story from the doctors office.  Oh, and by the way, in order to get some sugar in me they gave me a coke, and we went out for McDonalds to get me some food.  So, if you ever want soda at a doctors office, and to go out to eat afterward, just faint!  ;)  haha  (Okay, no, really, don't pass out.  It isn't a good idea at all; don't listen to me.)

   As for the "Song" part of this post, there is this one song that I am really liking right now.  It's called Write Your Story and it's by Francesca Battistelli.  It's really good.  The video is not mine, I got it off of youtube.  I've listened to this one, so it's good, but still not mine.  Just letting you know. =)

Well, it seems that either I go 8 days without posting, or I post 3 times in 3 days.  Oh well. =)  And I'm sorry with all these stories.  I don't mean to make you guys feel sorry for me! LOL

~A One-Handed, Fainting Jessica.  (hardy-har-har ;D )

12 comments:

  1. Aww, I'm sorry. :( I've never passed out in my life but I do have a problem if I don't eat. :P

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    1. Passing out is not fun, don't try it =P I normally don't have a problem not eating. I'll be more careful now, though. =)

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    2. Look at it this way, if you ever have a book character faint you can discribe it much better then I could. =D

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    3. Wow, good point. Shucks, how I have to write a book with a fainting character! If you ever need help with it, let me know. ;)

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    4. I'll make sure to ask you if I ever need to write it. =)

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  2. Hahaha ! It's more entertainment for us than sympathising for you ! Haha but sorry to hear you fainted *serious voice*... Must have been awkward. And I must say your description is very good !
    Eb x
    Thefearlessfox.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thanks Eb. I'm glad it was entertaining; at my expense. ;D haha LOL Your comment made me laugh. =) Yeah, awkward is practically my middle name! ;)

      ~Jessica

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  3. Yay!! You told them!! ;) (And please don't faint again) ;) <3 <3

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    1. Yeah, I did. =) Haha! I'll try not too. ;D <3

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  4. Yikes! That is scary! It is a good thing I always eat breakfast, I really don't want to faint. My mom says it is a horrible experiance. :P But, if I ever faint, I'll let you know. ;)

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    1. Yeah, eating breakfast is a good idea. Please don't faint; its not fun for anyone! ;)

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