This morning when I got up the doctors were in my room. They looked at me and made me do some of my muscle tests. One doctor said I was a bit weak on one side and saw that my neck doesn’t really move. It was really hard for me to squeeze his hand. He came back a little bit later and squeezed my hand and made me do muscle stuff again. He said I was still very weak on one side because I couldn’t squeeze his hand very hard. He said we need to do some xrays and then go to the other hospital for a different type of xray – mom says the special X-ray is called a CT. First we went downstairs to do our regular xray. The xray lady didn’t see me for a while, so she said a bunch of love words and slobbered in my hair a bit when she kissed me. She said sorry it was so wet. After we got back to my room, my surgery doctor came to see me too. He made me do muscles too. When he left, someone picked me up to push my bed to the other hospital and take a super xray. Mom says we just want to make sure there’s no funny business going on. The X-ray didn’t take very long at all. When we came back, I wanted to go to school and say hi to Mrs. Maria and my friend Michael. And guess what….I went to school in my bed. That was crazy! Sometimes we have pajama day at my real school back home, but we aren’t allowed to come in our beds – that would be weird. After I got back to my room, the physio ladies came and made me do lots of exercises. They said I worked very hard. I even walked a tiny bit with my walker even though it’s very hard for me to stand up. In the middle of my exercises all the lights went out, and they stayed out for a long time. My lunch was late because the lights were off upstairs too. In the afternoon I went to school again, and it was just me and Mrs. Maria. We couldn’t use any computers and stuff. Then a lady picked me up at school to give me a smaller wheelchair to practice in because the big one I had kept swallowing me up. After I had to do some more exercises with the ladies again. In the middle of my dinosaur stretches I roared so loud the lights went back on. Mom says I should have roared four hours ago. Roaring might be my new superpower.