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My mom was there when I woke up. I felt a little tired and confused. The last thing I remembered was playing a video game in bed. The nurse told me that feeling funny was normal and I would feel better shortly. She said she was glad I told her about it because it is an important job for kids to tell her how they feel when they wake up.

I also had a bandage on my arm, and underneath was an IV. The IV gave me water and medicine while I was sleeping during my procedure. It did not hurt at all, but it was funny to see it taped to me!



















 


As I was telling the nurse about how I felt, she gave me a popsicle and some water. I got to pick any flavor I wanted AND I got to eat while I was still in bed. My mom never lets me do that.

After my snack, the nurse took out my IV. It did not hurt at all, it felt like a Bandaid coming off. I got my things together, got dressed and got ready to go home! The day went by very fast and there were a lot of fun parts to it. I am excited to share my story with my teacher and friends at school.

 

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