And now I think.

And this is how I forget to think.

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apparently 2.5 week long undiagnosed asthma attack can feel like emphysema sometimes :0

I feel mostly back to my usual self!  Hopefully new meds will make me feel even better than my usual self and I’ll breathe even better now that I’m diagnosed! :D

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Bless that one person in every group that is like “keep going, I’m listening” and encourages you to finish your story even when everyone else is talking over you.

ahem ahem reminds me of somebody ahemmity-hem


@penguinlikespies said: Would it be bad to say that I love this post? So prose-y. I like. :)

thanx to the max bro.  my lungs are better now!  i’m still gonna go see the pulmonologist in a few days tho :)

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Sitting up is nauseating and I’ve been in bed most of the time this past week.  The ratio of time spent laying down to not laying down is increasing.  My eyes refuse to stay open for more than a few hours, but if I close my eyes I will fall asleep.  I’m counting down the hours to my doctor’s appointment.

In case you haven’t noticed from my URL, this is turning into my rant blog.  If you don’t want rants, please unfollow.  Maybe we can meet again on one of my other accounts.

Please unfollow me.  I don’t even check who follows me so I won’t even notice nor mind at all.

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Thing I’m looking forward to the most during summer break: getting insurance activated again woooo!  And I’m not even sarcastic either, I really am looking forward to breathing again :D  I’m not pissed off or anything- just giddy and hopeful.  I’ve been using my inhaler sparingly, especially since this month is also coincidentally the expiration date for the cannister.


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