Bailey is a 16-year old who is waiting to be treated in a hospital to have a magnetic resonance tomography since when she was in her algebra class she lost control of her body, and she couldn’t speak, write, or stand up properly.
Bailey, I have your results
Bailey is on the MRI machine, imagine about what is wrong with her, and thinks she might be dying. Bailey realizes that she will have to spend the whole night in the hospital taking tests and that her mother will not be able to stay with her. Finally, Bailey gets a painful analysis (EKG) she feels that no one cares and that she is alone.
You just had a migrane.
Bailey realizes that her life can go in two ways: An extraordinary existence or a whole life in a hospital. Dr. Rogers talks to Bailey without her mother about the results.
I am going to write a history about my life.
Dr. Rogers informs Bailey that she had a migraine headache.
When the doctor told her what she had, Bailey was no longer afraid and said she was excited to do a summary of her life as a 16 years old girl.
I am not going to die.
This story is about a girl named Bailey, who has health complications. As the story goes on, she wonders in which direction her health will take her. After being diagnosed with just a migraine, she realizes that life is something to be valued and taken seriously.