I am not able to run very fast.
I get tingling in my ankles.
I also have problems catching a ball and often don't.
I feel twinges in my wrist.
I don't always see the ball, especially when it comes fast to me.
I am laughed at by my classmates.
My teacher says that I must not do so pitifully.
They think that I don't really have those aches.
They think I make it up.
In class the wooden chairs bother me sometimes.
They hurt my back.
I feel tingling in my knees.
Sometimes my head aches.
I see white spots in front of my eyes.
Next to the letters in my book I see a white edge.
I have to concentrate very hard.
It pays me lots of effort to read out loud.
I often read the wrong words.
Then I am laughed at again.
I often feel nauseous and don''t
Fortunately I do succeed to play alongside my classmates sometimes.
They play football with little pawns.
I like this kind of football a lot.
For a little while I can belong to the group again.
I don't have much strength in my arms and legs.
For example throwing a ball fast is very difficult. ×