This is where things got scary. When I took the contact out it was like a thick film was over my eye and I couldn't see anything. I freaked out! My mom was freaking out! It was seriously so scary. I called Wes to come get me so he could take me to the hospital (I was also still in soooo much pain). Meanwhile my mom agreed to take the girls to the run.
I got there and luckily they got me in pretty fast (it was honestly just soooooo painful in case I haven't made that clear). I saw the nurse who was taking my info and he put numbing drops into my eye, which helped a ton almost instantly and I was sent back to wait for the doctor. Sadly, the numbing drops wore off in about 5/10 min and I had to wait for like 15/20 min.
The doctor saw me and put more drops and dye into my eye to check it out with a special light. His exact words were, "Oh man, you scratched the heck out of the front of your eye." He said there was a big cut right down the front of my pupil. I was instructed to put drops in every 2 hours so as to keep away infection, which could seriously damage my eye permanently; and with where my cut was I was prone to infection. So they bandaged me up, told me to take some heavy meds and sent me home.
I ended up sleeping the day away, thanks to my meds, and Wes nursed me and put my drops in every 2 hours. I was still in pain (they couldn't give me the dang numbing drops sadly) but by day 2 was feeling soooo much better.
The girls had the BEST time during the fun color run they did with my mom. Jovie led the way and they followed her pace. They danced and had a good time. They were so sweet checking on me once they got home.
It all ended up fine, but I looked like a pirate for a day, which was pretty funny.
This was after a few hours once I could keep the other eye open at least. I don't know if you've ever been poked in the eye or anything, but it hurt so bad I couldn't keep either eye open for a long time. I had to walk through the hospital with me eyes closed just opening my left one every so often to see where I was going.