Since my last blog posting, many things have happened. I have been having my math teacher, Ms. Isaksen, come over to my house to help me catch up in math. Thankfully, I don't have far to go until I am all caught up.
Since my last blog posting, many things have happened. I have been having my math teacher, Ms. Isaksen, come over to my house to help me catch up in math. Thankfully, I don't have far to go until I am all caught up. There is still much more work to be done until I am caught up in language arts, but not much until I am done with religion. Thank the Lord, I don't have anything to do for science and social studies. (Well, not that I know of.) The point is that I am pretty sure I will get to seventh grade. Cross your fingers for me!
On another note, I haven't been so bored the past few days because my friends have been coming to see me. Last Tuesday, one of my best friends - Gabby - came over and we hung out for an hour or two. Then, on Thursday, some of my other best friends, Valicia, Meghan, and Christina, came over and we made jewelry. It’s so nice that my friends would take time to come and visit me when I can't really get out of the house easily. Frankly, nothing is easy when you have a stupid bar in between your legs. The thing really stinks.
Speaking of that stupid bar, it might be coming off! I am going to see Dr. Dormans on Thursday and if all goes well, the bar will hopefully come out. Some other good news: Half of my steri-strips are gone. Now you might be asking, "What are steri-strips?" I lik the way Wikipedia explains i:
Steri-strips are "thin adhesive strips which can be used to close small wounds, generically known as butterfly stitches. They can be applied across the laceration in a manner which pulls the skin on either side of the wound together. Steri-strips may be used instead of stitches in some injuries, because they lessen scarring and are easier to care for."
The longer the steri-strips stay on, the better the scar looks - and mine looks pretty good, like I drew on myself with a white marker.
We are approaching double-digit rounds of chemotherapy this coming Thursday. After this round, we will only have four rounds left to go!