Image from Pixabay To say that I went back and forth when it comes to the subject on my mind is an understatement. Being that it might rub some trans people who live here the wrong way. At the end of the day, I decided to share my thoughts and opinion with you guys. There … Continue reading My Thoughts On The Trans Healthcare Here
Image from Pixabay What do I mean by access doesn’t always translate to accessibility? For example, I do have an accessible van because my mum bought one. However, if people park too close to our vehicle and leave no space for the ramp, I still can’t enter the van. Which is why on the booth … Continue reading Access Doesn’t Mean Accessibility!
Image from Google Around 2014, my muscle pain was at its peak. So, the doctor who takes care of my Cerebral Palsy referred me to the pain clinic. The first doctor I had would inject me in my legs and shoulders, and the pain went away for a month. Nevertheless, the pain came back even … Continue reading Baclofen Pump Implant Trial (Story Time)
Image from Pixabay Since both of my parents didn’t grow up with a ton of affection. My dad went on to enter the army. Which has a bit of a robotic environment in my eyes and from the stories I heard. My mum living with nuns and then becoming a nun herself didn’t fare much … Continue reading How Hugging Has Become A Secret?
Image from Pixabay Life 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 … Continue reading 2020 Recap!
Blogmas Day 25 Christmas Traditions Part 2 Blogmas Day 23 Christmas Traditions Around The World Part 1 Blogmas Day 20 Equipment I Use As A Disabled Person Blogmas Day 16 Mental Health and The holidays Blogmas Day 12 My Thought On Midnight Sun (2018 Movie) Blogmas Day 9 Life’s Second Journey (Show Me,#4) by Anne … Continue reading December Wrap Up 2020
Image from Pixabay Going HomeFor many it bringsA sense of comfortFor meIt brings a senseOf lonelinessBeing thrownIn a pastThat I would have lovedTo leave behind Alex
Image from Pixabay Here’s part two of the post with my liver. When I had my second attack, my surgeon, at the time booked surgery that April. However, in the meantime, my mum got diagnosed with cancer, so my surgery was postponed to June. The surgeon thought it was going to be a painless surgery … Continue reading The Liver and The Story with Mine Part 2
Image from Pixabay Warning if medical stuff bothers you don’t read this post. Everything started in January 2018, I was getting ready to go to bed, and all of a sudden, I get this sharp pain in my ribcage area. My mum thought I was having a heart attack, so she called for an ambulance, … Continue reading The Liver and The Story with Mine Part 1
Image from Pixabay It hurts every timeYour name comes up in conversationsSince we run in the same social cyclesI can’t admit that I have feelingsTowards youBecause that reminds meThat I lost youAs a friend too Alex