Archives for Month: July 2011

Yesterday I had a doctor’s appointment. It was free. Awesome, right?! Apparently I qualify for this Women’s Health Insurance because, as long as I am aware of it, I can still have children. It covers visits relating to that of PAP stuff and birth control-related appointments and visits, which I think is really awesome. Oh, […]

You know what I could live without? That loud “POP!” whenever I open a roll of refrigerator biscuits. I hate that. I never know exactly when it’s going to do such an awful thing, and when it happens I squeal out a quick and sudden “Ah!” Anyway, this song is amazing, and it defines everything I’m feeling right […]

Catchy title, huh? Probably made you wanna click it to read more? Yeah, okay. Way to go, me. For those of you just tuning in, I am vulnerable and have been for quite some time now. Actually, I think it began ever since the birth control. I’ve been suffering from depression. Not diagnosed, but I […]

It’s pretty outside. Or maybe it’s not – a hint of sunlight is shining through the window. I would love to break down the sheet curtain, but my mom would not like that – and I would regret it – because it would get too hot too quickly. But it’s nice, you know? It’s really […]

I have been saying “no” a lot lately. I feel like crap. No, I will not fix anything for you. I’m not even fixing anything for me. Do I sound like I feel like doing so? No? Correct! 🙂 This week seems to be going horrendously for many people. On the plus side, I’m writing […]

It’s been a while since I have posted one of these, and I owe it to myself and my visitors to finish this project before August. Why? Because of the whole thing with how I might do BEDA. I’m not sure if I want this in there or not, you know? #26 Apparently I confuse […]