Yesterday I had a violin concert at a Nursing Home for St. Patrick's day. When I got back home I decided to ride my bike to my best friend's house to help her clean her room so we could hang out later. When we got through cleaning and singing Taylor Swift songs we rode our bikes to a near-by park. We hung out there for a little bit and then went to the park's tennis courts to get some water. After we left we decided to go to my house for dinner. When we were riding down the road I noticed that my handle-bars were stuck. I looked up and ran into a mailbox because I did not have time to put on the brakes or fix my immobile handle-bars. I flipped over my handle-bars and landed on my arm. (Side note- I am extremely lucky that I did not land on my head because that day I decided not to wear a helmet.) Anyways, I flipped over my handle-bars and landed on my arm. Then my bicycle fell over on top of me. A man who was watering his flowers at the time of my accident helped pull my bike off of me and helped pull me up. I could not feel my right arm and I was screaming and crying. He walked me up to his porch where his wife wiped off the cuts on my arm. My best friend called my dad to come get me. After he got me we want to some emergency doctor's office where I waited an hour to get seen. When I finally got called back they took me to get my arm X-Rayed. It was not broken (But I am still not 100% sure because it is bruised and puffy and hurts really bad) I went back home and iced it, but it still does not feel any better today.
I would like to thank my best friend, Hannah (
) for being there from the time of the accident until we left the emergency clinic. You are one of the best friends that I could ever have.