[Remember the rules – ask someone else for the missing words. Be careful, I’m not sure what I was thinking when I wrote this, or which direction the experiment will go.]
Having cystic fibrosis requires ________(adjective) treatments and regular visits to the ________ (place). I force myself to cough up _____(color) ______ (plural noun) every day in order to keep my ______ (plural noun) free of _______(adjective) _________(noun).
If I catch a _____(noun) or _______(noun), I get very sick and have to _______(verb) to the _______(location) Once there, _______ (adjective) nurses ______(verb) my _________(noun) and make me ________(verb) until I faint.
I _____(verb) the doctor at the _____(adjective) clinic at least once a(n) _______(noun). During every visit, I blow into a _________(noun) to test my ______(noun) function. My face turns ______(adjective) and I ______(verb) until I catch my _______(noun).
Sometimes, the _______(adjective) technician x-rays my _______(noun) to make sure I don’t have a ________(adjective) infection or ________(noun) in my ________(body part).
My least favorite _________(noun) to inhale is made of _________ (noun) and ________(noun) and tastes like _______(animal) brewed in ________(bad-tasting liquid).
Thanks to _____(adjective) medicines many of us with cystic ________(exclamation) fibrosis will ________(verb) longer and lead ______ (adjective) lives. We also have a ______(adjective) perspective of life and know that every _______(singular noun) counts.
Stay healthy, my wonderful _______(plural noun).
Wishing for a printable version so I could have some CF fun with the kids… Very clever!
Copy and paste. Copy and paste. Then print. I’m dying to know if it works or not.
I would love to comment, but its another language to me! 😉
Karyn, I’m glad it’s another language to you and not a part of your life.