One week ago I went to school. In my PE class all the class boys were playing cricket. As the bowler spin the ball at the batsman, the batsman hit the ball so hard that it went towards the boundary line where I was fielding. As the ball came towards me, I jumped and tried to catch the ball but the ball hit my thumb, twisted it and pushed it back. That really hurt badly! I cried in pain and the ball slipped out of my hand. I crouched down in pain and started to squeeze my hand. Everybody realized I was injured. They quickly came towards me and took me to the medical room. The nurse wrapped a band around my thumb to make me feel better. She also gave me a pain killer to help relieve the pain and make me feel better. Luckily, this was my last class; therefore, as soon as the period got over, I picked up my bag from the class and went home with my mother. When my mother found about my injury, she was very worried and concerned. She asked me how it happened. While eating lunch, I told my mother how it happened. When I was finished telling, she took me to Agha Khan Hospital to have my thumb checked out. The doctor put a steel plate on my thumb and plastered my hand.