Summer Leaves Us Behind

Summer has come and gone, it is time to bundle up for winter. My joints all ready ache with the fall nipping near. I am excited for my classes to start this week.

It has been a long while since I have posted as I have struggled with my health dearly this summer. I got the Covid19 vaccine, just one, and I had a severe reaction. So severe I may not be able to get another one.

In the midst of summer I succumbed to my blues, my CPTSD reared its ugly head and I admit I isolated more then I should. I now wondering what a blunder I have caused for myself. I am tired and wakeful all at the same time.

I decided I wasn’t going to allow the summer blues keep me from pushing forward. I have sat may days writing on my computer. Compiling my writing into my manuscripts to hopefully be able to find a publisher’s in the new year. My lack of posts have been both because of my health mental and physical.

Due to Covid-19 I have had to switch Universities, not something I wanted to do but needed to do as I can not attend in person classes. It breaks my heart to my BFA on hold, I will be starting another Bachelors in the area of psychology.

Writing frees my log locked mind, in a time where all I have is my computer to communicate with the outside world. I apologize for the long delay in my posts. Thank you for sticking around for my mini update. I have hope in my heart for brighter days ahead, even with the clouds that have loomed over me, a breakage of hope glides me through as I write this to you.

Take care, will post soon!

Published by aricubangbang

Artist and writer. Living with chronic illness and writing about it. I have survived two cancers, I live with hyperadrenergic postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, ehlers-danlos syndrome, mast cell activation syndrome, jaundice, esophagus dysmotility, Chilblains, Raynaud's, migraines, asthma, and more. I have mental health problems which I am not ashamed of, I have CPTSD, anxiety, and depression. My medical history is extensive, but I will continue moving forward. I have hope to help others not feel isolated alone, and forgotten by an ableist society.

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