Shouldn't I use the right colors for the numbers?!
The Spanish letters, aren't the same colors as the English letters!
I'm failing just because I see stupid colors!
When Mia was in third grade, she was solving a problem on the board. As she wrote down the numbers, she said that she needed to give every number it's correct color. Her teacher and her classmates had no idea what she was talking about and her classmates called her a freak.
Mom, Dad, I have a confession to make, I see colors in numbers and letters.
Ever since that day in third grade, Mia has kept her idea that numbers and letters have colors from everyone that she knows, even her best friend, Jenna.
I'm sorry Mia, I don't know what's wrong with you.
But now, that she's in eighth grade, her colors have been causing her trouble at school.
You have synthesia
Mia confesses to her Mom and Dad and tells them what's been happening.
Mia's parents took her to many different doctors but none of them could figure out what was wrong with Mia.
Mia goes to Jerry's office and he tells her that he believes that she has synthesia.