My return is now!

I am so happy to say that as of now, I should be back to my regular life again.
Which means, I will be blogging again!

I stayedย eleven days at a hospital – and previously had a few weeks of pain where I couldn’t focus and couldn’t live normally, butย now I should be back and ready to get my life back to what it was – or even better.

My energy levels are low, but have gone way up – and since I’m no longer in pain, I am finally able to see past it. I’ve never been in so much pain before, for anyone asking, gallstones leading to an infected pancreas is no joke! Honestly, it’s actually deadly for some – however, I was one of the 85% that seemingly gets through the sickness without troubles. I am so thankful for that!

Now it’s just small steps back to normal life, small steps to get my body used to not getting morphine and small steps to get my exercise levels up. Seriously.. while at the hospital, walking 200 meters was hard!

Wish me luck!


Explaining my absence

Its very simple really. Even if I tbink I have enough to deal with already, I am currently at the hospital.
Stomach aches have taken several turns for the worse and my gallbladder is most likely infected along with my pancreas. It’s not good but we are all handling it so I feel a bit better thinking about that. 

Will hopefully be back soon – I honestly miss it here, just hasn’t got any energy for it. 

My university experience

Standstill is a pretty good word to describe how I’ve felt the last three and a half years of my life.

I’m at the point in my life where I’ve moved out from my parents’ place, and I’m supposed to be either working or getting an education. But I’ve found it’s not as easy as I thought it would be. And the plans I had for myself aren’t coming together as I imagined.

Sometimes I feel like I’ve lost the person I used to be. (more…)