I have OMA* and torsion. OMA makes my eyes move slowly right to left. I have torsion too. It makes my eyes jump and move weird. I can’t see things as quickly as other people like balls coming at me when I play and its hard to see when I am walking like with curbs and stairs. It’s hard for me to balance.
I don’t like it because I can’t ride a bike. It makes me feel bad and sad. Sometimes people make fun of me cause I can’t do things they can do. My mom says “everybody’s different.” It doesn’t make me feel better. Not at all.
After my kidney transplant I got a lot of IVs*and I hated it. Because it hurt really bad. And we had to go there a lot and wait. I used to want to slap them because they were hurting me. But I didn’t.
I am glad it’s over. But when I get another kidney I will have to have IVs again.
(*It was for medicine to replace steroids/prednisone)
I was in a Girl Scout Troop and some of the girls were mean. They laughed at me in a mean way because they could do stuff I could not do. Like finger knitting, I got a step wrong and they laughed.
It made me feel stupid.
Now I’m in a new troop and all of the girls are nice.
My name is Quinnlin.
I am 10 years old.
I have special needs.
I do not like it!!!
I have OMA, Torsion, and ARPKD. That means my eyes have trouble and they shake and I lean my head to the side and my kidneys didn’t work and I got a new kidney.
I wanted a blog because I wanted a website.