Writer's Block: The Walking Dead
Machine gun, seems like your bullets would last longer. That or maybe a chainsaw.
In case of an impending zombie apocalypse, what would be your weapon of choice, and why?

I am lazy.
When looking at your really messy apartment or bedroom do you ever imagine singing bippity boppity boo and all of your things magically putting themselves away? I do all the time or maybe some sort of Sword in the Stone thing the way the wizard cleans. Oh wishful thinking . . .

30 Things About My Invisible Illness You May Not Know
1. The illness I live with is: Endometriosis
2. I was diagnosed with it in the year:2011
3. But I had symptoms since:14 or 15 I think.
4. The biggest adjustment I’ve had to make is: Taking many different hormones and treatments daily and dealing with the side effects.
5. Most people assume: That I am fine now since surgery and completely healthy.
6. The hardest part about mornings are: Waking up for work. It is just because I am so tired every morning and every day. I just want to stay in bed.
7. My favorite medical TV show is: Scrubs
8. A gadget I couldn’t live without is: My cell phone.
9. The hardest part about nights are: When I can't sleep and don't feel well. I also don't have anyone to talk to because everyone is asleep.
10. Each day I take _about 4-6_ pills & vitamins. (No comments, please)
11. Regarding alternative treatments I: I am trying some dramatic diet changes they are supposed to help. I've read about different natural remedies that seem to help other women with pain.
12. If I had to choose between an invisible illness or visible I would choose: Well, I don't want to have any illness. This is what I have and I accept it.
13. Regarding working and career: I have a full-time job and a part-time. The part time job is much more pleasant and has short hours, but many days are a struggle at work. No matter how I feel I've been making myself get up and go to work every day and just get through the day. I stopped calling in sick, I don't want to let this rule my life.
14. People would be surprised to know: That I am in pain or nauseous more days than I'm not.
15. The hardest thing to accept about my new reality has been: That there is no cure and I don't know what is going to happen to me.
16. Something I never thought I could do with my illness that I did was:
17. The commercials about my illness: There aren't any.
18. Something I really miss doing since I was diagnosed is: Probably going to school, I just haven't had the energy. I think I am going to try to go back soon. I've had to drop a lot of classes over the last two years, so I just stopped going for the time being.
19. It was really hard to have to give up: Lots of foods that might make my condition worse.
20. A new hobby I have taken up since my diagnosis is: I started playing music again.
21. If I could have one day of feeling normal again I would: Luckily some days I think I feel pretty good.
22. My illness has taught me: Not to take things for granted. I really try to appreciate all good things no matter how little they are. I think I enjoy small pleasures more than I used to.
23. Want to know a secret? One thing people say that gets under my skin is: ''It's just cramps. I get them too, that's not so bad.''
24. But I love it when people: Give me the benefit of the doubt about how I say I feel. I don't want pity. I just want understanding when I can't do everything people expect me too, instead of skeptiscism.
25. My favorite motto, scripture, quote that gets me through tough times is: It's a really short little quote. I'm not sure why I like it so much, but when I am feeling really terrible it always pops into my head. "When going through hell, keep going." - Winston Churchill
It makes me feel better.
26. When someone is diagnosed I’d like to tell them: Don't give up.
27. Something that has surprised me about living with an illness is: Most people don't believe anything is wrong with me or that I just complain too much. I am trying to talk about it less, what's the point if no one believes me?
28. The nicest thing someone did for me when I wasn’t feeling well was: My mom got me a heating pad. LIFESAVER She also has taken care of me each time I got out of the hospital.
29. I’m involved with Invisible Illness Week because: I don't want anyone else to have to go through this alone.
30. The fact that you read this list makes me feel: Hopeful


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