Tagged with crohn’s disease

Blacked Out

This has been a really hard day for me. Yesterday, I had an allergic reaction to my medicine and today, well it hasn’t gotten much better. But, I have answers to questions at least. When I got home today at around 11:30, I started to pick up the house a little bit because I was … Continue reading

Time Flies

Okay, so again, I realize it’s been forever and a day since I’ve updated the blog. But, my defense this time is not only my health, but impending finals week is currently going on and I have been busy with that nonsense. Still working on my final paper for Shakespeare, but needed a “Spongebob” break … Continue reading

Sick

So, I am partially blaming my lack of an update from being sick. As you may have read in previous blog posts, I have Crohn’s Disease and Superior Vena Cava Syndrome. Currently, my Crohn’s Disease is out of remission, meaning that I have a lot of crappy days (pun one-hundred percent intentional). Tomorrow it will … Continue reading

Intestinal

So, for creative writing, we had a choice between four different types of poems. I chose an elegy. It’s an elegy to my dead intestines. It’s a bit gruesome, so you’ve been warned. Here it is! (Sorry for the lack of updates. School and work are taking over) — Intestinal A tear A hole No … Continue reading

Obligatory Birthday Post

So last month around this time I wrote about my sister turning twenty-five. Whelp, the day has come and I am now twenty-three on the twenty-third. All those questions everyone asks, “Do you feel older?” Well, duh, no. I mean, who really feels older the day they turn an age? I think perhaps I might … Continue reading

School, Adult Lemonade, and Hunger Games

Sorry for the lack of updates in the last forever. Classes technically started for me on Wednesday, since I do have one online class. I did all the assignments that the teacher had posted – just in case I completely forgot about it (it’s my only online course this semester; obviously the General Physical Science). … Continue reading