what do you think of my pastel hair? it's edited and I'm thinking about on doing it for real... ;)
December 20, 5 days before Christmas Day, a diminutive nightmare got me. Well, my hyper cross breed Australian shepherd / aspin dog bit me. It was very sudden when he's very happy that I was there and petting him early in the afternoon. Because of his excitement he bit bit my right hand that çause me 4 bite marks. 2 wounds heavily bled. one on my wrist and one at my palm. I am at first, I do know what to do, but my astonishment about delay me from doing a first aid by myself because I am alone at home. ... so to make the story short, after minutes of aiding throw myself a vehicle and headed to the nearest hospital, where I was twice.
The doctor decided to stitch my wounds not because It's large or something but it keeps on bleeding, the painful part is the thread is not soluble.. So need to get back to the hospital after 7 days with my.. So after Christmas, we went back and had my stitches remove. My pain tolerance is very high, and I know that because can pierce my own skin. But the removing of the stitches? really ! It's a burning sensation and I can't really describe it, although the process of removing it is very quick. Oh bother. Now, after 1 week of having a disable hand, I realize and appreciate people with disabilities. I am unproductive for a week and it's like forever. I celebrated Christmas Eve, with all the precautions because it really hurts. I did mention it my last post that my right hand is you can't see it.
You know what, it's still a thrilling experience because It's my first time to get stitches (bitten by my dog wasn't my first, it's my 2nd time.. ) I got to experience the pain feels like, it's extreme for I really love the experience call me crazy I know it!
As you get older, you will get to experience different kinds of pain...