So my sister had another tumor. They were able to remove it, they also removed the jacket around the brain and put a synthetic one there instead. The believe that’s what’s causing her tumors since she doesn’t have brain cancer or NF2 like originally thought. So hopefully she won’t get any more tumors and will never have to have another brain surgery again in her life.
I have spent all day in the hospital with her and she is back to normal, besides crying over the IV’s being in her feet hurting and wanting to go home. So hopefully she’ll be able to come home within the next two days.
I totally would have spent the night but I hate hospitals and she’s just crying too much for me to handle, plus I messed my back up at work and the only place for me to lay is in the reclining chair next to her bed. I cannot do that.
But I will be up here tomorrow, if possible. If not then sometime during the week. I’m glad I got to spend a little bit of time with her today. I miss my Silly Lillie to pieces and I want her home soon. Oh god I’m going to cry again. I need to stop.
So yeah…I’m going home now while she’s occupied, trying to sneak out of the hospital without her throwing a fit.
If you were ever a girl that people whispered about and laughed at as you walked by…. That feeling never goes away. You’re suspicious of everyone around you having a good time, thinking it’s at your expense.
Why do we need to be punished for not being pregnant? Like why can’t we get a $25 giftcard McDonald’s every month or something instead of a bleeding vagina?
I miss internet so much. I miss being able to use my computer instead of my stupid 3G on my phone. Ugh. The day I get internet back I will cry.
Problems with the Kpop fandom:
Hyosung’s ASL Ice Bucket challenge causes her black bra to show through her shirt — Everyone and their unborn children are bitching a fit.
SS501’s leader Kim Hyunjoong accused of beating his now ex-girlfriend — Not a single person bats an eyelash because he’s a precious oppa.
Sort out your god damn priorities and stop setting a double standard.
So when people leave, I’ve learned the secret: let them. Because, most of the time, they have to.
Let them walk away and go places. Let them have adventures in the wild without you. Let them travel the world and explore life beyond a horizon that you exist in. And know, deep down, that heroes aren’t qualified by their capacity to stay but by their decision to return.
The two things I’m most looking forward to are going to see Ed Sheeran on September 17th and my 21st birthday in October. That’s my happiness for the next two months.
I’m sick of people making me feel like shit when I say no to something I don’t want to do.