Hello my Wonderful Family,I love you all!!! I am so happy that everyone wrote me a letter this week!!! It made my day!! Also, I loved that video of Sister Bradfield!!!! She looks like she is doing amazingly and that she is loving it there in New York!!!
I found myself sprawled across the concrete!!! And a sudden, very sharp pain in my ankle area arose. I immediately got up and hobbled my way to the bus, because there was no way I was missing my appointment with a Belgian family!!! We made it to the station, and my ankle was about four or five times the size it was supposed to be. The bus ride was only two minutes, mind you, to our next bus but by that time, there was no way that I was making another two hour journey to their home. I ended up at the station for about 45 minutes with my foot up in the air and a cold Fanta from the vending machine on my foot. We waited for that long for instructions from Sister Robinson because you know....that is mission policy. And then we attempted to get home. It was not a pretty sight. And we made it about twenty feet, when a nice man who was there with his family pulled up and told us to get into his car so that he could take us home. He wasn't having anymore of it. So we get home and I crawl onto the top bunk. Br Peters cme over with a tube sock like thing to put onto my foot for support and I just assumed that I was good to go.
The doctors have told me that I have to stay in for two more days and then I can start to put weight on it. I have been trying to figure out European crutches...but they are weird. So yeah, that is my life this week.
I really am fine. It is getting a lot better, so don't worry about it. It's like dad always says,"if you're going to injure yourself, might as well do it right!"