Hey, Guys! It’s Kiki🙂 Today, I have for you my sinus dilation info recovery thing and how I met a real life holocaust survivor. Let’s begin!
Well, I’ll start off by saying my procedure went great! I was very nervous, only got about 4 hours of sleep. I did have to get an IV (that through me for a loop. They kinda freak me out a little) and yes, it hurt. I could literally feel the the cold liquid go up my arm, then the lights got a little blurry and I was out. When I woke I thought it was a dream; I did not think I was actually finished but my Mom was there so it had to be real. I was skeptical for awhile though 😛
One of they guys back there was disappointed that I wasn’t loopy like most teens. Saying weirdness was like the last thing I was thinking about. I was very groggy. I had to wear this little gauze thing under my nose (to catch any blood that might fall) and they decorated it with a little felt mustache. All the blood went down my throat so when I coughed it was blood (my Mom called just to make sure it was normal and it was).
Last, last Sunday, we went to the same holocaust museum in THIS post and heard this very nice old woman’s Holocaust story. Now, in my other post I also met a survivor but her story was different cause she wasn’t in the camps or anything like that. This woman experienced the camps first hand.When you hear a story like that you start thinking about how you have it so easy. How you’re so blessed. She had to go through things other people couldn’t even imagine.
She encourages kids to always tell your parents you love them cause you never know what might happen. She never got say good bye to her parents. When she said that, it really made me think and put my self in her shoes. It made me think how we take family for granted and how every moment is precious.
Well, thank you for reading this post 🙂 Have you ever met someone who was living history?
Bye for now,
WOAH WOAH, wait! I need some help first. So, if you remember in THIS post I was all on the self-hosting thing well, I decided I’m not ready for that commitment and stuff at this moment but I still want to make a new blog or change this blog. The thing is if I change this blog: I’ll have less picture space, it’ll be a whatever blog (dolls and life), I won’t have that fresh new start, etc. If I make a new blog: I won’t have my follower/view base I have now, It won’t be my first blog, It’ll be a change (yeah, I have a problem with that). So, please comment down below what you would do or if you have any advice or such! I’m really struggling with this so I’d really appreciate it 🙂