The past six weeks have been insanely busy and I never want to experience it again lol. Since the first week of May I haven't had a free weekend since April. From a friend's bachelorette and wedding, mom's graduation, moving, and mini vacay to Jamaica I'm officially spent physically and my bank account is dry. … Continue reading Busy Bee . . . Glad I have the energy!
This year I plan to be positive everyday, no matter the situation. Can't be sad when I'm alive for another day with clothes on my back and a roof over my head. I found this cool idea of the "Happy Jar" where you write something good that happens each day for a year, and at the … Continue reading Happy Jar
It's the morning of Day 3 of my hospital stay, about to go under for a ileoscopy. I hope they will now be able to confirm whether I have UC or Crohn's *fingers crossed* My current situation:
The past 3 weeks have been a new low for me, but I am happy to say for the past 24 hours it has been a good day! And this beautiful weather is totally matching my mood. I've been out running errands and even attended my first crohn's/colitis support group through the CCFA. It was … Continue reading Positive vibes . . . 🙂
Through my research I was surprised to discover that many "IBDers" are young, like very young, under the age of 18. According to CCFA.org, approximately 1.4 million Americans have either Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis. That number is almost evenly split between the two conditions, and one in ten IBD patients are under the age of … Continue reading Youth and IBD . . . .
Since my last few posts have been very gloomy and stressful, I have to lighten the mood. I found some funny images and video that all people that suffer from an IBD can smile at. I feel like lately it's been a road of frustration and anxiety for me, but I need to stop and … Continue reading You gotta laugh 🙂 – Humor wall . . .