|Baby goes everywhere with us- even Phoenix Children's Hospital.|
So he is treating her. The good news is, no surgery. The bad news is, it's an almost stress fracture of her #5 vertebrae and just needs support, rest, and physical therapy. And the reason that is bad news is because it isn't a definitive fix, which is what she was hoping for.
The shocking news is, in the middle of the examination she admitted to the doctor that if he can get her feeling better she wants to return.
To 40 hours a week of gymnastics. Maybe, she said, maybe she can walk on somewhere as a College Freshman. Maybe, she said, she can work out her Freshman year and get a scholarship for the next three.
I almost fell off my chair. I was shocked. But most of all, it broke my heart. I mean, I knew she missed her sport. But I didn't know she had been harboring a secret desire to return. I had no idea. I don't know how I missed it. Goodness knows, I watch her like a hawk. Ask her.
Maybe she can do it again.
Whatever she decides, we will be behind her all the way.
Until the end of time.