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  • Easy Doll Crafts: How to make a baby Doll Bead roller coaster toy

    Hi guys, on today's tutorial I will be showing you how to make this cute bead roller coaster bead toy for your doll’s baby.

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    A group of recreational items including a green Step2 wagon for children, a folding camping tent by Northeast, and a bead roller coaster toy for small children. The wagon’s front wheels fully rotate. The tent comes in its black carry bag.

  • - The Step2 wagon has dirt residue on its surface from use.
    - The dent has a slightly musty odor and may need cleaning.
    - The bead roller coaster toy is in nice condition, with no visible wear.

    We made our way into the office and waited for our turn. After describing my symptoms, they decided to do an EKG and an echo-cardiogram. I remember that room. The room where my whole life changed. Remember, I was still 17, so I was being seen by the pediatric cardiologist. There were kids rolling around on the floor playing with all the usual toys you found in a doctors office in the '90s, from the rainbow-colored xylophone to the bead and roller coaster wire toy. My mother and I went in the room to talk to the doctor about the results. Never in a million years did I think that he was going to tell me something was wrong. I thought we were just checking things off the list until we found out I had something simple and curable with an inhaler or something. I was invincible. I was accustomed to every pediatric check-up before where I left thinking I was the healthiest kid around. I was an athlete, and a pretty good one at that. But it didn't end with a slap on the knee and a "see you before the next season." It was serious. I had dilated cardiomyopathy (It wouldn't be until later that I was diagnosed with ARVD/C). Huh? Your left ventricle is significantly enlarged, your ejection fraction is one-third a normal person, and those dizzy spells were episodes of ventricular tachycardia, a potentially fatal type of arrhythmia. "You are lucky to be alive." I think I tuned it out because none of it could be true. I started thinking about the plans I had that night to get together with friends. "We need to admit you right away to the hospital for tests." What time will I be out, is all I thought, would it be in time to meet up with my friends? "You won't be going home tonight, and we have to arrange for your immediate transport." I'm sure there were a million questions from my mom, shock, incredulity, denial, I don't really recall. I was on my way to the hospital. More tests, new clothes, grippy socks, lots of sticky tabs all over my body with wires everywhere, X-rays, blood work, and ET-like red fingers. I looked in the mirror and saw all the wires and looked like Drago in Rocky IV running on the treadmill. That run on the treadmill came as well, in a stress test. "Your endurance is above average for your age." No shit, I'm a fucking hockey player. Days passed and it was time to become bionic. You're gonna what? Put leads into my heart, implant a metal box that monitors my heart rhythm and shocks me like what those paddles do on the show ER after yelling "CLEAR."

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