The Deaf Ballerina

People say that It can't happen, But When A girl named Shiloh Joslyn Gilmore-Baker dreams about being a ballerina an develops a disease which becomes more serious than intended Shiloh looses her ability to hear. Changing schools and still dreaming to be a ballerina, Shiloh has to choose whether dancing without hearing is going to work or if, She needs to find a new passion.

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3. First day of the new me part 1

When I woke up, I saw the ceiling of a room; A Hospital room to be exact.  I was alone in the room and connected to I-V.   I groaned as I started to sit up.

"She's up!" said a nurse from outside the room. She walked inside the room.

"How are you feeling?" She asked.  I looked at her confused, not hearing what she said. "Sorry..Could you speak louder, I can't hear you." I informed. I saw her eyes widen and she walked to another doctor.  Apparently she must have told the doctor that I couldn't hear because he rushed me onto a gurney and put me into emergency room.  I sat there on the hospital bed, just looking at the ceiling wondering what's going. The doctors came into the room and I read the name of the doctors one of them rang in my mind "Doctor N. Estevez M.D." I looked closely at the female doctor and saw something in her ear which looked like a hearing aid.

I was so happy that I could...sort of read lips only if the lips moved slowly. I read Doctor Estevez's lips and she said

"Close your eyes and take a deep breathe"    I did just that. I felt an oxygen mask on my face and I was under amnesia.

When I woke up, I saw both my  mom and dad standing across from me with their worried face on. My mother took my hand and my dad took my other as they sat on both sides of the bed.  I looked at them both so worried of what the doctor said that tears ran down my cheeks.  "What did they say?" I ask them. "Please....talk slow" I added.

 


 

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