Well this just happened... I'm going to explain so it makes sense.
So, I was in my History class. I'm not sure if I told you but, Dr. Biggs (my previous English teacher) took the offer to be one my grade's History teachers because the previous teacher was moving and had to quit the job. Dr. Biggs is educated to be an english and/or history teacher. But yeah, I was in his class and, I'd forgotten my textbook. He said to work with one of my friends and her friend. We'll call them Stacie and Lisa. Lisa; I'm friends with. Stacie; not so much. So that made me uncomfortable but, I got really frustrated because they were just dragging me along and I barely even knew what we were doing. They had desks and I was just on my knees. I had hurt my legs previous to this so, after ten minutes, it started to hurt pretty bad. I just thought I'd suck it up and wait for class to end. I also started to get really depressed and felt like crying. I thought I'd take my pills and maybe even just cry in the bathroom that's in the nurse's room (so no one would hear me). But suddenly, I had this really strange feeling around my diaphragm. Half of me felt like it had to do with my breathing but I was breathing fine. Again, I thought I'd just suck it up. A few seconds later, I get EXTREMELY dizzy. I've gotten dizzy because of altitude or standing up too quick and, it was nothing like this. Next thing I knew, Dr. Biggs was kneeling on the ground a few feet away from my head and asking if I was okay. I just stared at him for a few seconds and slowly sat up. He told someone to call the nurse and he just kept an eye on me. Lisa stared at me horrified. I just looked at the ground and kept almost falling back down. The nurse finally came and asked if I could walk while helping me up. I just went with what she said. My things I had with me were on the ground and when I went to pick them up, she grabbed my wrist gently and said not to worry about my things. We took an elevator to her office. She gave me an icepack and I held it to the bump and my head while I hid and cried my eyes out in the bathroom. My whole body hurt. But, my head hurt the worst. My hands had a green glow and my eyes looked more green than ever. My skin was very pale and around my eyes were pink. My eyes were really pink too. I soon had to be taken out of the bathroom and set on this couch-like chair. After a while, my mom picked me up. I slept in the car and she offered to get me some of my favorite drinks. I just slept and woke up to Jackie calling me. She had texted me about ten times and then called. It was probably.. 30 minutes after school had ended. I'm guessing she started texting and calling after she got home. I answered and told her everything. She was really worried that I might've been in the hospital or something. Lisa seemed really freaked out. She and Dr. Biggs said my eyes rolled back too. Things went really slow for me because I remember dreaming. I don't remember the dream of course.
Tuesday (today is Thursday), my vision was randomly blurring and I was very close to falling down. I thought it was just because I was tired. I told Dr. Biggs just incase it got worse. It didn't and I was just fine the rest of the day.
Jackie just came over. Well, I just took her home actually but, you know what I mean. She cheered me up and I didn't feel sick at all. I think I'll be fine. My mom's friend said her son has fainted because of stress before. They had all these tests done and later found out it was just stress.
Apparently, people made it seem way bigger than it actually was. So, going back to school tomorrow, I hopefully will overall, be left alone about it. Jackie said she heard people talking about it at lunch and in the halls. Nobody was saying my name so, she found out from Lisa at the end of school. Emily; I don't think she even knows. I bet Jackie will tell her. I might just have Jackie tell the story because, I've said the same story so many times and I just want to let it go.
I had fallen onto a desk so, I still have a bump on my head and a slight headache. I'm thinking, overall, normally.
"Some days life is all about your dreams, hopes and visions for the future. But there are some days where life is just about putting one foot in front of the other. And that's okay."