I was set to update properly and all, and do I succeed? No.
I fail to update a lot of thingys, get used to it.
I have had a plaster cast for 3 weeks after a biking in a curve. I got a crack in the bone, which was obvious when I saw my left foot was twice the size compared to the right one.
Couple of days later my cousins came to town, last year we had planned all of us together and go to an amusement park. Then of course, the cast.
Well, it was pretty darn awesome.
There were wheelchairs available for renting, so that solved the walking problem, and a lot of other problems too!
PLUS, my mom, my sister and I all got free tickets!
And there are a lot of stairs and things, so I got to go by the back every time! No cue for me OR company! And the cues were like 20-45 minutes long, so this was the life of luxury!
What was a big problem was my oldest cousin (5 years old), because her day care what do you call it? Teacher? Anyways, she had died of cancer, and her family had gone to see her in the hospital. Problem was: after this she had become scared of everything that had to do with hospitals. Old people, crutches, wheelchairs, etc. So when I came to say hello to her, skipping with the crutches, she started to cry and hugged her parents, because she thought I was going to die. Of course I went: "Did I say something?". So that was a bit of a problem, but then we had such a good day @ the amusement park, and she didn't have to cue or anything, so when she left, she was not as afraid. Of course she gave me a hug and started to sob a little, but what can you expect from a 5 year old?
I got rid of on Tuesday this week, so I still can't walk properly, but yesterday my friend came over andwe played playstation for 4 hours, so I had fun.
What happened during the time of the cast?
Well, not much. Just some pics. It should be like a whole new place if you go to my gallery blog! (In the side bar) I mean when did I last update it? Christmas! That's 7 months! I've been up to a lot during that time! ;)
Cheerio mi amigas! :]