via Daily Prompt: Better
Sometimes I have this weird gift of forethought. Either that or just really good hunches. If I look back through my journals, there are multiple instances in which I predicted last year that I had a brain tumor. What are the chances, right? Yet, I turned out to be correct.
Later last year, as I prepared for my brain surgery, everyone was so excited because I was going to get “better.” The surgery would be a miraculous success and I’d feel loads better and I’d be able to go back to work 100% and magical unicorns and ponies.
But somehow, unexplainable to me, I knew better. Continue reading “Better? Think Again…”
via Daily Prompt: Denial
I’m in denial about something. Although it’s not something you’d think any person would be in denial about.
Obviously, I’m unwell. POTS has taken over my life in a bad way. I’m trying to get better, but the prognosis isn’t all that great. I may never fully recover, but I’m not in denial about it. That’s just a reality I need to accept.
I’m in denial about having a baby. Continue reading “Is the Future Even Possible?”
via Daily Prompt: Doubt
“…why did you doubt?”
Right now I’m full of doubt.
What a cliche beginning.
And yet, it is the truth.
I can’t predict the future. I don’t know what the Lord has in store for me. He’s started dropping hints again after a week’s silence following what happened just recently, which likely means something is going to happen again.
You doubt, don’t you? Let me tell you a story. Continue reading ““O, You of Little Faith…””
via Daily Prompt: Heard
What do you do when you feel you’re not being heard?
I don’t think it’s their fault.
It’s not their fault.
It’s my fault.
My mind is such a foggy mess right now. It’s like there’s a short somewhere, or a connection that’s gone bad.
I have all these things I want to say, I need to say, but I can’t think of what they are. I feel as though I’m going to explode with thoughts that can’t even come to fruition. Continue reading “Trapped Inside My Own Mind”
This is the first time I have done one of WordPress’s Daily Word Prompt Challenges, so I hope I am doing it correctly. Today’s word is profound, and *cue the cheese* it had a profound effect on me.
I, and 176 million other women on this planet we call Earth, suffer from a disease called endometriosis. That number equals out to about 1 in 10 women. So let’s say you know about 100 women. That means 10 of them have endometriosis whether they know it or not. But it’s a disease almost no one has heard of. How can this be? Because it’s a “below-the-waist” issue, which has been an area of the female body that people feel ashamed to talk about due to cultural taboos that exist to this day. So what? Let’s talk about it. Continue reading “Endometriosis: A Profound Effect on the Women of our World”