The first reason why that breaking my collarbone was a challenge was because I had to go through pain everyday for about 3 weeks. I couldn't sleep on my shoulder and I could only sleep on my back. Everyday I got up it was hard, when I had to use the bathroom it hurt and then I had to brush my teeth and eat with my left hand since I broke my right collarbone. I really didn't like it because it was really hard and painful to walk around and so anything.
The next reason why breaking my collarbone was a challenge was because I couldn't really do anything for a while. For a couple of weeks after breaking my collarbone I couldn't really do anything so I would just stay home being bored. I couldn't play with my friends or play any sports after school. Even for a while I thought I wouldn't be able to play football this year also so I was really bummed about that but then it turns out that my dad signed me up anyway so I got to play and I was super happy.
The last reason why I thought that breaking my collarbone was a challenge was because I had to go to school 3 days after I broke my collarbone. I didn't really want to go but I had to because I didn't want to be behind so I went and it was really hard because I had to try and write with my right hand. That part was really challenging and then when we had to walk to our other classes I tried not to hit my shoulder on anything or else it would hurt bad.
Overall, I thought it was really challenging breaking my collarbone because I had to go through the pain everyday, secondly I couldn't do anything for a long time, and third, I had to go to school everyday. Before I broke my bone I thought it would be cool but then it ended up not being so fun, so if you think its cool breaking a bone, it's not, trust me. Well thank you for reading and have a great day!