It all happened in a week... When it happened. I can't forget, I'm not meant to. My mind just refuses to let it go. It all started on June 27th, 2013.
The first day of Summer is usually the absolute best. It's a time when kids are out of school, and get to have fun. For me, it was. It started out as a really fun, exciting day. I did what most kids did: played video games. I played for hours and hours, just about 6. Then, I had to go to the bathroom. Then I saw it. I didn't have a camera, so I couldn't take a ;photo of it, but it was there. In case you don't know, mosquito bites are red. But this bite? It was fucking BLUE.
When I saw it, I freaked out. I immediately searched on Google (post-bathroom break) for blue mosquito bites, but I found nothing. I didn't know what was going to happen. Would I die? Would I have to make a sacrifice on a large scale to please a demon? I just didn't know. For the next two days, nothing happened, except for the fact that the bite got more and more itchy. I was forced to scratch it, as when I didn't, it burned maliciously. Then, after those 2 days, it got really bad. The itch was so strong that I had to scratch it, even though the scratching hurt. But it just got worse.
The next day was even worse. I couldn't sleep, as the itch forced me to scratch the bite. It was then that I had a thought, which made me feel... odd. Its obvious that a Mosquito didn't do it. So... What was it that bit me? I suddenly felt so tired that I needed to sleep. Then, I looked at my bite. My whole arm was blue. Then, it all clicked. It wasn't a bite. It was an infection. The infection would forever spread, and I thought it would kill me. I did something I should've done a long time ago. I called a doctor.
The doctor told me that he had never seen this kind of infection. There was a species of mosquito that made blue bites, but that information was from a shady source according to him, and he was told that the bites shrink, not grow. It was new to him. Things, luckily, got better after this. All of a sudden, the blue was gone. I was so happy, but I felt odd. 2 months later, I got an X-Ray. A kidney was gone, and some bones were broken, or purple. I was shocked. It must've been a trade: My life for a kidney. Later that day, I realized that I couldn't see my reflection in the mirror...