I didn't know exactly how long I'd been sitting and waiting in the waiting room of the clinic, playing Swipe on my tablet (God, it's just so addictive!) to pass the time. But I must've waited a very long time, because by the time a nurse called for me to come into the examination room, the sun had sunk below the horizon and the once-light blue sky had turned solid indigo. Not to mention that I also felt extremely tired. My parents were probably wondering where the heck I was—more than likely, never in my fourteen years of living had I stayed at a clinic this long.