Oh gosh, I can’t believe it’s the last day of the year. I want to start with taking a look at my life, seeing that that is the most tedious part so, I want to take it out of the way first. Back to last January, my endocrinologist gave me a heads up that my liver wasn’t doing that great, which lead to us postponing starting hormones.
Last December, my sister found a dog she really wanted. What was unknown to me was that they told my story to the man who had the dogs and he ended up giving me Snow. As a gift for my luck birthday. I have to be honest; it took weeks to comprehend that this beautiful dog is genuinely mine. Last March the boom of covid-19 hit Malta, schools shut down, and Malta went into lockdown.
What I didn’t know was that would be my last day at my job after close to four years. In a way, I’m thankful for having the chance to see the pups grow into dogs. I met some new people; some of them are still my friends, some aren’t. In August, my endocrinologist told me that my liver was getting better, but it needed more time. Back in October as you guys know, I was given the go-ahead to begin hormones, therefore, starting to medical transition.
I can’t believe it has been nearly 3 years that I started this blog, I like to think that I have grown and got better at blogging as time went by. I’m lucky that with this blog, I get to meet people and make friends that are for life. I reached 1,000 followers which is mind-blowing. Views got higher compared to last year, which I’m so grateful for.
I’m hoping that I can finish my writing project and maybe get a book deal? Whatever happens, I hope to continue writing. If the cost allows it, I would like to give writing workshops another try. Since I haven’t had a good experience, I mean the last one I went to I had an anxiety attack, and I couldn’t focus on the task I was asked to do. On the other hand, it’s how I met one of my best friends, so the idea isn’t out of the question.
I wish you the best for the new year,