The FitnessGram™ Pacer Test is a multistage aerobic capacity test that progressively gets more difficult as it continues. The 20 meter pacer test will begin in 30 seconds. Line up at the start. The running speed starts slowly, but gets faster each minute after you hear this signal. [beep] A single lap should be completed each time you hear this sound. [ding] Remember to run in a straight line, and run as long as possible. The second time you fail to complete a lap before the sound, your test is over. The test will begin on the word start. On your mark, get ready, start
Hey, it's been a while. I stopped working on my page because I quit roleplay for a while, but now I'm up and ready to start again. If you're still offering, can you help edit my page again? Just reply back your answer and if you say yes: then I will give you any details on anything I need. Tysm! :) HAGD
Hello! You are one of Max's friends (I hope) and thought you might want to know this.
I was reading by Max's bedside like I do everyday, when he began to twitch. His head was first, then his limbs began to slightly move. I called in the nurse, in hope that something was about to happen, as he had never twitched like this before. His body jerked upright, and his heart stopped... At that moment, I'm pretty sure my heart stopped, and I could only hear the long dead beeps on the machine decting no heartbeat. The nurse pressed what looked like an emergancy button, and used to defibrillator on Max. A swarm of doctors entered the room, and I was escorted out.
I was in the waiting room for quite awhile, when the same nurse approached me. She told me the news that I so longed, but feared to hear. He was alive! He was alert and responsive in his room. The only problem was, he had no memory, or very little of it anyway. He can remember bits and peices of somethings, but not others, so its difficult to find information. It was hard going to his bed, and having him not know who I was, or his mother. It took him awhile to realize who we all were, but its a start.
Unfortunatly, the loss of memory is not the only problem. He has entered many therapy's so help his recovery. His first is physical therapy because he cant/has no muscles to walk from months of not using them. He also has speech therapy to imporve his vocabulary again, and regular metal therapy to help his mind. What my emotions are right now you might wonder, and the answer is, i'm not sure at the moment. Sad, happy, devistated, relieved. I have hope, even if my spirts are low. You may share this with any curious friends he may have, as I know very little.
I appologize for the semi-heart attack you may get from this, and any more nightmares or worries. I hope you have a better day then I,
Thank you so much Jewel, and yeah, almost had a semi-heart attack. I'm glad he's okay, he is like a younger brother to me so I kind of understand. I honestly hope he is better soon, I miss him and his crazy ideas.