If these quotes aren’t true…I don’t know what is!

I don’t really regret anything though, even if it does feel like I did good things for the wrong people. I don’t really know how I feel about “karma,” but I can say that if it’s real, my karma should be pretty good.

I enjoy doing things for other people. When you’re chronically ill, being able to do things for yourself is great. Being able to do things for other people is amazing! Even if it is something super simple…it’s something.

Patience. Wow, oh wow, patience! Let me tell you!

Patience is not my forte in the slightest! I’m one of the most impatient people E-V-E-R. I’ve gotten a lot better over the years, especially since I don’t have a choice when it comes to a lot of things. Taking things as they come has been so hard to adapt to, but I’m getting there. Learning to be okay with not being okay is something I’m still working on and I’m not one hundred percent sure that’s I’ll ever be okay with not being okay.

It’s hard to accept that this is my life and my personal reality is that I’m pretty much screwed. I will never stop fighting for things or finding the silver linings hidden though.

Life is a gift, no matter what the circumstances are.


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