So for the past few days I have been trying to clean my room but it is so difficult. I really hate having a chronic illness because everything that take’s a few hours for a normally person takes at least double or triple the time for me to do and then I am left in so much pain after doing it. I really hate asking somebody else to do things for me, I am 25 years old and I should be doing things for myself not relying on my parents to do things for me.
Keep Stong, Keep Fighting, Crohnie Love. :-) x
So things have been up and down since I last wrote an entry but I am still thinking positive. On Monday I had a recovery day, I really didn’t do that much on my birthday but it really did take it out of me but it was totally worth it, I haven’t had a really good birthday in a long time.
On Tuesday I went over to my best friend’s house in the afternoon to give her and her family a piece of birthday cake. It is so nice to have such a good friend and especially one that is so understanding and supportive, so we spent the afternoon having a good old talk and plenty of giggles.
Today I didn’t really do that much because my crohn’s was playing up, I just had shower, changed my ileostomy and then spent the rest of the day in bed. I though it would be probably be better to rest then push myself today because tomorrow is going to be a busy day, so please mother nature could you be very kind and not make it snow tonight.
Keep Strong, Keep Fighting, Crohnie Love :-) x
So the the first thing that I have to do is apologize for the lack of blog posts this past week but I have been having a bad case of writers block.
So the last few days have all been good day’s. I have been manging to go out of the house more, on Sunday I went shopping with my mum and last night I went to the Aberdeen vs Manchester United game, it was really great to see Man U playing because of were I stay I don’t really get to see many high profile teams. The other good things that have happened over the last few days is, I haven’t had any problems sleeping and I have also been able to drink.
For the rest of the week I really to not have that much planned but I was thinking about going to the cinema either tommorow night or Friday night.
Today I am grateful for….
- Having a Crohn’s free day
- That my oesophageal stricture hasn’t got any worse
- Not feeling depressed
KEEP STRONG, KEEP FIGHTING, CROHNIE LOVE :-) X