I’ll let you guess just with the title. *Crutches ? Oh crutches ! What the hell did she do again ? *
Yeah, crutches, those red , ugly, noisy things you have to carry everywhere when you’re leg or something breaks. That’s not what exactly happened : my foot is weird (enoooooormooous and purple) and it hurts. So, two weeks with these crappy crutches. AGGH!
But I didn’t really wanted to talk about me today, it was just the little introduction to the rest (even if it’s not really in the subject). When I get fed up with the Bloody Red Things (they’re new nickname), I tell myself that I’m lucky, that it’s just for two weeks. In the world, there’s loads and loads (too much maybe) of teenagers with crutches, in a wheelchair or even that are in a hospital bed and that can’t move they’re legs. And for life !
I have a friend that had a cancer (she a survivor ! God really exists!) and she had crutches too (and she still has them). All year, walking with them, can’t do any sport, nothing. But luckily, she will, one day, walk again without them.
So really today I wanted to talk about the AIDS. No, I don’t have it, but one of my friends and I talked about it yesterday and I thought a lot about it all day long. Because, you know, we think that, that kind of stuff only happens to everyone else. Nevertheless, anybody can have it. It’s so easy. I don’t know much on this disease, so I can’t answer to your questions. If you want information, just wright “AIDS” in Google. Or there’s a site : http://www.lovelife.ch/
Anyways, you can’t catch AIDS by kissing somebody. Saliva and urine are not contagious. You can only catch AIDS by having sex or by the blood. Why do you think everybody keeps telling us to use condoms ? I mean it’s not that hard isn’t it ? No. There’s no reason of not using it. Yeah, well, unless you want a baby, but you can go a check with your boyfriend, husband or whatever, if you’re not “infected”.
Don’t be stupid. Protect yourself.
Do you know someone that affected by AIDS ? Do you accept it ? Or does it scare you ?
btw : no that’s not me on the picture. Thanks to Pauline who let me borrow her beautiful picture for the post. ;)