domingo, 22 de noviembre de 2015

Cristinas Trouble Chapter 6-7

As Christina laid there, totally immobilized in her body cast and not even
able to talk, she was later told by Dr Schlamov that she would be in that cast
for over 6 months until they were sure that all her bones healed properly. As
her neck was broken also, the tube had to be inserted down her throat because
if she talked, even her vertebrae could become destabilized. 

sábado, 21 de noviembre de 2015

Cristinas Trouble Chapter 5

Cristina could not move anything except her eyes and jaw slightly. She was grateful for being allowed to cast the cast not cover her eyes as she would have been unable to cope with the long term forced darkness/blindness. She was now sentenced to a six month plaster prison for the simple foolish misadventure of trying to go downstairs in her double hip spica, relying on her upper body strength instead of acknowledging her limited agility. 

lunes, 16 de noviembre de 2015

Cristina Trouble Chapter 4 I'm sure you'll love it!

As she laid crumpled on the bottom of the stairway as a result of her foolish adventure, the ruckus aroused her mother and sister, Irina and Marta who quickly called for help and somehow avoided panicking. An ambulance crew was sent this time very quickly in a modern American made vehicle after the proper channels were notified and Cristina was gently and quickly loaded on board and taken to Nikita kruschev Memorial Hospital, yet again! 

Cristina Trouble Chapter 3

After a couple of weeks of observation and recuperation in the Kruschev Hospital, Cristina was sent home with her mother to take care of her. She was loaded on a flat wide stretcher with straps so she would fall off and another ambulance took her. It was a newer American made ambulance with spring loaded heavy duty shocks so the ride was a million times smoother. 

domingo, 15 de noviembre de 2015

Cristina's Trouble Chapter 2

The long journey down dank hallways, with paint peeling from the walls was arduous but somewhat comforting, as she knew who the chief of Orthopedics at Nikita Kruschev Memorial Hospital was. His name was Nikolai Shlamov and his Mo for orthopdics was ALWAYS CAST if you can.