Chiari Carnvial 3
When it Rains, It Pours
Dealing with difficult people in addition to dealing with a difficult illness
As you all know by now, I'm 12 years old and in middle school. Well, actually I don't get to go to school right now because of my condition so the school district sends a teacher to my home twice a week (who is a very, very nice teacher by-the-way). Anyway, I hate having a condition that prevents me from going to school. I never thought I would say that but school is where I got to see my friends everyday. Sadly, my friends are moving on without me.
So, I'm still wearing this dang halo. And it sucks. It sucks because it is uncomfortable and awkward. But it also sucks when I'm out and about with my mom. Kids always stare and stare and stare at me and in their loud kid voice, "look at the strange boy, mommy". But the moms usually try to hush their kid and force them to move on. Please, look at me! Ask me why I have a halo. Take the time to understand what I have gone through.
I can't say that I have really dealt with anyone difficult. My parents take care of that for me. But I am dealing with a difficult illness. And I hope life won't always be difficult.
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