Thursday, December 19, 2013

~Special Edition Story of The Implant~

When I was 9 (almost 10) years old, I found out that I found out that I had advanced bone age. This means that my bones were growing more than my body needed them to. If my bones were left this way, I would have grown a little bit more and then stop growing entirely. The solution was something called a "supprelin implant." At first, I was very scared. I was told that the implant was going to be inserted in my upper arm above my inner elbow. I was scared because this would take surgery. I would have a little cut where the implant had been inserted. Also, when I was told this, I had been dealing with severe anxiety over weather and separation anxiety. So to sum it all up, I was a total mess of anxiety. I was afraid to get the implant and I didn't want to get it. I didn't understand why I had to get it. My parents and the doctors explained to me why this needed to happen. The day of the surgery, I was at first pretty confident, otherwise very tired as I had to get up at 5:30 am. Then when the surgery was approaching, I started to freak out again. My parents tried to calm me and we said prayers. I felt calmer and the doctors put me to sleep with medicine. I don't remember anything that happened during the surgery. I woke up 35 minutes later and felt pain in my left arm. I looked down and saw the piece of medical tape on my arm where the implant was inserted. I felt woozy and tired. During the time that I was recovering from surgery friends and family sent me gifts an get well cards. Although I was very grateful for their consideration, I felt weird. For a short amount of time, I felt depressed because I felt like I was the only 9 year old in the world to have my arm cut open and have a tube stuck inside of it. But then I learned that girls all around the world were undergoing the same thing as me. The year after that, I got my implant removed and a new one was inserted. This time, I felt much calmer since I knew what was going to happen. That one went a lot better on my part. The year after that, I got my implant removed and a new one was inserted. In February of 2014, I will have my current implant removed. I will not have another implant inserted. I am happy that I got the implant because now my bones match my age and I can grow more as I get older.

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Check It Out!

Hey Everyone!!! Please check out my new blog about a business my little brother, Jonathan and our two friends, Thompson and Carson made! Here is the link: Enjoy!


Tuesday, December 25, 2012


SO, you know how I said I wanted Caroline the American girl doll? Well.....

                       I GOT HER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      I'm so happy! My parents tried to trick me and on the present it said it was for my mom from my dad. My mom waited to open it till the end and then she opened it and I screamed my head off.{ in fact my throat still hurts.} She's so pretty! I even got the book about her! Here's some other stuff I got:

1. A very fuzzy blanket
2. A board game
3. The new Diary of A Wimpy Kid Book
4. Clothes
5. Pink Moccasins {and their fuzzy!}
6. An Aesop Fable book
7. A crayola thingy { I forget what it's called}
8. Earphones
9. My dad downloaded more songs onto my MP3 player.
         Well I hope you had a very Merry Christmas!!! 

Monday, December 24, 2012

Merry Christmas!!!!

Hi!! Merry Christmas! I'm SO excited!!! I hope Santa brings me everything I want this year. Tomorrow {Christmas day}I'll try to post about everything I get.{if I can pull myself away from all the things I get.} This is what I want most:

                                            CAROLINE THE AMERICAN GIRL DOLL!! If you haven't noticed yet, she has the same name as I do, she has green eyes like I do, and she has LONG blonde hair like I do {and she's pretty like I am[:} I hope you have a great Christmas!! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sunday, December 23, 2012


So as we all know the world didn't end on December 21st. BUT, that only happened because I slayed all of the zombies before they got to you.{please hold the applause till the end of the post;]} Y'know it pays off growing up with three brothers. Anyway, here are the things I did to slay them and save all of you:

                                 FIRST: I made them listen to Afro Circus for 10 hours.
                                 SECOND: I threatened to take away their T.V. privileges.        
                                 THIRD: I made them take care of Ella all day WITHOUT any Bubble Guppies.
                                  FOURTH: I made them look at themselves in the mirror!
                                  FIFTH: I grabbed the only thing I could find: SOAP! And I made them shower 'cuz
                                  they were stinking up the whole earth!
                                      I KNOW SHOCKING RIGHT? NO? YOU DON'T THINK SO?
                                      Wow you really need to get out more.

Friday, December 21, 2012

I'm so sad!

  You're probably wondering why I'm sad. Well it's because of the shooting in Connecticut. I just don't see why a guy had to go out and kill a bunch of kids while they were in school. I mean I know that he was having problems with his family. But really, I mean why would you take it out on a bunch of little helpless kids?! I just can't imagine being one of the parents of the children who died. I can't imagine having Ella go to school in the morning and not coming back home in the afternoon.

 Since the shooting was because the guy who did it was having problems with his family, I just want to throw it out there to be kind to your family, and help them in times they need you. The guy who did this did not have have as good a family as we all do. You can do so much by helping do the dishes, or telling someone you love them at night. Sometimes you just need to hear that someone loves you.


 Merry Christmas! And pray for the families in Connecticut with me as I continue to do so this holiday season. Most people are not going to have as good a Christmas as us this year. So this Christmas do something that is better than a 200$ some present. Tell your family you love them. Because no matter how many fights you have, they love you too.


Wednesday, December 5, 2012

time to talk about CAMP!!

sooo  my little children, time to talk about my time at camp heartland. SO on the first day{Monday} we got onto the bus for a 2 and a half hour ride. when we got there we split up into cabin groups{ these aren't actually real cabins. just a room with 5 or 6 bunk beds} all my bff's were in there!! soo after we got all are stuff in our cabins we settled we went to eat lunch. TO BE CONTINUED CUZ' I GOTTA GO 2 BED NOW!!! bye!!!  just one more winky face for the road!!