"Oh no!" she cried "Not again." She twitches slightly as she attempts to brush the bugs away that are biting her whilst cursing the anti-repellent for not doing it's job even though she spent a hefty dollar on it.
It was futile though, once that first bug sank it's greedy teeth into her all his friends came along to the party. Before she knew it she was riddled with bites and frantically trying to swat away any more attacks with both hands until she got so dizzy she saw blue.
She tried the medicines sent to her by the doctor to get rid of the bugs, but they were useless. In the end there was only one thing she could do, book in for the surgery.
She was nervous on the day. What if the doctor couldn't fix the problem?
Alas she knew she couldn't keep on living how she was.
Really she had nothing to lose.
Six long weeks from when she started to see blue and she has returned home to a family who has missed her very much.
So many school holiday plans that her presence was relied on were broken.
So many thoughts and feelings waiting to be shared with her.
So many messages to be passed on.
I'm glad she's home.