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Left, right, left, right. Those were the only words I spoke before the incident. I saw a ski slip, I heard a crack, I felt a twist, I tasted dirty snow, and I smelled failure. As my eyes fluttered open I could see the jagged lines of the heart rate scale; they increased once I woke up. “Mo!” My brother asked with a hint of worry in his tone “how are you?!” “And hello to you.” I replied. My mom on the other side was frantic. “GOD HELP YOU MO!!!” “What happened?” my mom asked “I was U-turning when some snow pushed my legs apart then, one twisted.” “But what about schoolwork?” I asked. “I’ll get them from the office. The next day somebody had carried me up the stairs all the “immature” kids laughed at me but the other kids signed my cast and used my crutches. I got a little annoyed but I liked it.
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