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Coming Home Early

After we got to Omaha, I was able to get scheduled with a doctor and a counselor over the next few days. I met with a counselor first and she gave me exercises to try. I started working on those, but again little to no improvement came. I then met with a doctor that was great and put me on some medicine to help, but the effects wouldn't be immediate. They should be working in 4-6 weeks... What was I supposed to do?? How was I supposed to go on and teach others when I couldn't think straight??? These are answers that I couldn't find.

I talked to my parents and stake president. They told me that everyone at home loved me and would support me no matter what. I decided to try the meds for a couple days. My mission president called me the next night and I had decided that the medicine was making me too tired and was still not feeling good.

I decided after many prayers that I wanted to come home in order to get feeling better. I thought it was going to solve all of my issues, but I was wrong.

My parents came to get me the next day. They are amazing. They drove 26 hours roundtrip in order to get me. They traveled that in 2 days. It's amazing home much they love me.


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