Above quote by John Green from his book, The Fault in Our Stars.
I know I ought to be continuing the LASIK stuff, but well.. That can wait.
For the past few weeks I've been getting spontaneous bruises out of randomness. Sometimes they hurt, most of the times they didn't - at least not until I noticed them. Sometimes it was a single big blob of blue-yellowish nasty bruise, most of the times they were just patches of small bruises. I've known to be bruising easily for all my life, so it didn't really concern me.
Not until for the last couple of days I noticed there is a patch of bruising at the back of my knee - at the popliteal area. Now that's an odd place to find a bruise, especially when all this while it has always been down the leg. And oh, did I mention that when I felt for it (in Medicine it's called palpate), there seemed to be like a crunchy thing lying underneath the skin. Talk about haematoma and aneurysm of the popliteal artery, heh?
And to make it worse, after a round of netball game last night.. I found another bruise on my waistline near the hip - I MEAN WHO BRUISES THEY WAIST?
And guys, they hurt. The bruises hurt. I don't usually mind them, but when they hurt, I get really frustrated with them. Alright blood vessels, you want to spill a bit, go ahead. But stop freaking hurting me D:
Regardless. We had fun. The game was fun. So here I present you..
The Leicester netball team ready to take on Nottingham's Games!
And beat LSE!
Dream high people, dream high. Any LSE peeps reading this, be proud of your netball team yo! They play like perghhhhh
On another note, half of the girls in the pictures are Bruneians. So no, we don't have that many players in our team. Heheh.