Ganglia (for those of you who don't know and didn't click on the link in the quote) are just a part of the nervous system, they are nerve centers. Anyway, the options are: 1 to have surgery. I said, "Um.... I've already had surgery this year and I'd rather not do it again unless I really need too." or 2 have the doctor remove as much fluid as possible and inject steroids to shrink the growth. But since you can't really see the bump unless I bend my wrist and it doesn't hurt too much I don't feel that it's really a pressing need. If it gets to be a hassle then I will have to deal with it. For now there are too many other things going on in my life to be concerned with a non-life threatening bump. Oh and for those of you who want to know what it looks like, it looks something like this. Except mine only looks like that when I bend my wrist all the way forward and it's still smaller than that.
Something that made me laugh is that they call this cyst a "Bible cyst" and a method to get rid of them is called the "Bible therapy".... Haha... But my doctor said that was dumb because you could potentially fracture your wrist.
The community college counselor called and said I got all my classes (I forgot to mention it to Kristy when I talked to her), so that's good. Now I have to let the Sparks director know that I won't be able to help anymore. I am NOT looking forward to telling her that, she wasn't happy when I left last year for driver's ed.
I went to the dentist today and had a cavity filled, joy joy. Our family has known the dentist for a long time, like his wife came to my baby shower and we went to the same church as them.
I'm reading Captivating. Oh my word. This book is awesome, that's all I will say for now.