I’ve hesitated writing about endo for Endometriosis Awareness Month because I feel like I’ve said so much already.
But it’s important to talk about, and I want to talk about how lucky I am.
I still have endometriosis, I’m in some kind of pain most of the time and pursuing this diagnosis has not been easy, and comprehending living with chronic pain is an uphill battle.
To the two most wonderful pals a girl could wish for,
I don’t understand what I did to get so lucky, but I need to start by saying that you are more incredible than you can possibly imagine.
I don’t really believe in fate, but the chances that our paths would ever cross were slim, so I feel like I either made the perfect decisions, or there was a reason for all of the questionable ones.
Whatever reason, I truly won the lottery, not just in knowing you, but in being a part of our relationship.
I can’t think of anything I wouldn’t do for you, and I hope you know that. Read more
I’m home for the summer, and while it’s only been a fortnight, I’m feeling a little lonely.
Not entirely, but in the same way I always kind of feel, which I’m starting to realise is always going to be the hard part in living so far away from home for so much of the year.
My family are all in Victoria, while my friends are in South Australia (these are different states in Australia for my international friends).
I love being home, I grew up here and my mum is my bff, but now, more than ever before I love being in South Australia, where I’m studying.
Which is where this part loneliness comes in, I’m starting to feel like my life cannot ever be whole. Read more