What ever happened to good old blogging, about your life and not a celebrity's or about news in the world?
Yesterday I was doing a stunt sequence during cheerleading practice where the flyer jumps up and swings her foot around us and then goes up into a liberty above our heads standing on one foot. She fell and I caught her, it wasn't a bad fall but my shoulder dislocated. All of my joints dislocate being a gymnast since I was two it happens, for me A LOT. But this time pain and numbness surged and almost pulsed through my arm to my finger tips.
During high school I had a nerve diseases I lost full function of my right shoulder down and severe pain if someone poked me it would send me in so much pain it would take me to the doctors. Any injury I have in life I have to go down my medical problems and consider them, RSD being one of them. It scares me to death, high school was hell because of it and I had to do everything with one arm. I had to watch my team mates cheer without me and do the new stunt sequence, it killed me. I went back to the girl that wasn't normal and couldn't do anything that went to hospitals daily.
There's a decent chance that it's back. I've worked and blogged about all of my struggles in college cheerleading and have worked my butt off for three years to become semi-normal again and get all of my doctor's clereances to cheer. I hated letting my team down today. I don't want to go back to square one.
It's funny the normal people want to be different and the different people want to be normal.