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Vote for Your Fave April 2012 Writer of the Month Now!
April 27, 2012
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The first girls to finish this paragraph have been included in this vote. Thanks to DarkAngelNikita for this starter! Next week, on May 4, we’ll announce the iTwixie Writer of the Month for April 2012! The winner will get a writer’s journal!

 

 

1) Walking to the bus stop after being on the hospital for two months and being schooled over the internet, I’m still adapting to my new right prosthetic leg and my walk is a slightly awkward. When I step onto the bus… the nurses smile and cry for me. They thought I’d never make it.

First: Let me tell you how I lost my leg. My friend Emma and I were at the bluff, playing on the cliff that we both have always gone to. It was our hideout. Looking over the Ohio river, I suggested that we could go down on the rocks and stick our feet in the water. “Sure!” Emma replied. We walked down the ladder that always lead us down from the cliff. As we walked over to the rocks, I noticed a sharp rock. ‘I should move it out of the way.’ I thought. I tripped and cut my leg on the sharp rock. It was a miracle that my teacher was there. He’s taken care of children with injuries, but I think this one was the most…
~ GrassKit

2) Walking to the bus stop after being on the hospital for two months and being schooled over the internet, I’m still adapting to my new right prosthetic leg and my walk is a slightly awkward. When I step onto the bus…people suddenly start laughing but luckily, my best friend Hileni was there to stop it thanks to her. At school I struggled to sit up straight, people started to tease me again. This time I was saved by the teacher, and you know what they never bothered me again.
~ hiemena

3) Walking to the bus stop after being on the hospital for two months and being schooled over the internet, I’m still adapting to my new right prosthetic leg and my walk is a slightly awkward. When I step onto the bus…the bus driver starts driving before I can sit down. I almost fall but someone catches me. I look to see who it is. “Rich!” I almost scream , and I throw my arms around my best friend, Richard. “You wouldn’t believe how hard it is to not see your best friend for two months!” He said, smiling at me. He pulled me off the floor and I sat on the seat next to him. “Are you
okay? Still not used to the leg?” I nodded. I had been telling him everything over the internet, but I hadn’t been able to actually see him. “Don’t worry.” He said. “If you fall again, I’ll be there to catch you.” I smiled. Getting back to my life wasn’t going to be so hard with him by my side.
~ emicool

4) Walking to the bus stop after being on the hospital for two months and being schooled over the internet, I’m still adapting to my new right prosthetic leg and my walk is a slightly awkward. When I step onto the bus…everyone looks at me wildly. I rush over to the seat Katie saved for me. “It’s so good to have you back,” she whispers. “Same for me, “I answer back. A group of people
snicker at me. “Don’t mind them, they have no idea what you’ve been through,” Katie says knowingly.”Thanks, your the best friend ever,” I squeeze her hand gently from then on I knew I could trust her.
~ TheHelpAides

5) Walking to the bus stop after being on the hospital for two months and being schooled over the internet, I’m still adapting to my new right prosthetic leg and my walk is a slightly awkward. When I step onto the bus…I find the bus driver saved a spot for me in the front. I thanked her and sat down. All my friends are behind me and one sat next to me to help me carry my books. All my friends wanted to help so some carried my lunch, some helped me carry my books (which was
funny because they had to run to their classes once they where done). They all saved me a seat on the bus though. I was so glad that I had such good friends to help me when I had been hurt so badly.
~ Pixiegirl101

6) Walking to the bus stop after being on the hospital for two months and being schooled over the internet, I’m still adapting to my new right prosthetic leg and my walk is a slightly awkward. When I step onto the bus…I immediately get punched in the back of my my head by TJ, the ULTIMATE bully. My seat is in the way back, so I just ignored TJ and went there. Once I got into my seat, I started listening to my iPod, and waited for my BFF to come on the bus. When she was on, she gave me a card. I said thanks and opened it. Inside was a 10 dollar bill, and some candy. The card said something like this, “Get well soon!!!!=) =)- Ashley”. Ashley is my BFF’s name, by the way. We hugged, and then we got off the bus to go into school.
~ DrHorrible9

7) Walking to the bus stop after being on the hospital for two months and being schooled over the internet, I’m still adapting to my new right prosthetic leg and my walk is a slightly awkward. When I step onto the bus…all eyes are on me. I slowly walk up to the back seat so that I can bury my face in it without anybody noticing me or my injured leg. Life has just been so complicated lately, ever since the car crash. It’s just appeared to be this huge blur with staying in the hospital and all. Well, I can’t stay focused on the past, I just have to be confident. I’ ll survive…. probably!
~ musiclover24

8) Walking to the bus stop after being on the hospital for two months and being schooled over the internet, I’m still adapting to my new right prosthetic leg and my walk is a slightly awkward. When I step onto the bus…I sigh. I didn’t want to go back. I had fought hard for being homeschooled, but my parents thought it would be good for me to have an experience as a “normal” girl. Like that’s even remotely possible for me. I sit down and prepare myself for the onslaught of teasing I’m sure to receive.
~ culbea

9) Walking to the bus stop after being on the hospital for two months and being schooled over the internet, I’m still adapting to my new right prosthetic leg and my walk is a slightly awkward. When I step onto the bus…the driver gives me a funny look, like “I wonder who this chick is”. He’s not my last bus driver from when I left, that’s for sure. As other kids get on the bus, they stare at me before moving on. I feel like a lollipop in a graveyard. Later, my teachers treat me different–as if I’m not the A+ student I’ve always been. And the kids are worse, calling me names and teasing me. I thought I was never going to make it through the day when I got a tap on the back. “Excuse me,” said a little girl looking up at me from a wheelchair. “Are you new? I’m Sophie.”

“Hi, Sophie,” I said, hobbling around to face her. “I’m Emma.” Wouldn’t you know it, we became fast friends. All of a sudden I didn’ t get teased or weird looks or odd remarks. I felt better about myself, even if my leg did slow me down.
~

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