Yup. Starting a blog. I don’t really know how to do this yet, but I suppose I need somewhere to put my thoughts down. Somewhere I can look back in a year, or five and think about how much I’ve progressed in my life. Also, this is a much healthier way to vent about problems then at my friends. So I guess, I’ll start by writing a bit about myself.
I. Am. S.
I’m 19 years old, and married. I married last December, four days before finishing chemotherapy. That week was likely the best week of my life and probably will be for a long time. I was on chemotherapy for liver disease that I inherited from my biological mother who also happened to be a drug addict. I say biological mother because before I was two, I was adopted. It’s not really been an issue for me though, being adopted. I never really thought much about it to be honest, at least not until I was diagnosed. And then I will admit I was a bit angry, angry at some woman I’ve never even met for jeopardizing my life so selfishly. Anyways, currently I am living in Alaska with my husband who is military. He is in the Air Force; his job is maintenance for jets. I’m studying computer science in university. I’m sort of a huge nerd. I love video games, computers, writing, programming and graphics. We’re all nerds though, aren’t we?
I have two cats and a puppy. Mister Kitty, Sgt. Cooper and Serenity.
We adopted him from the shelter. He was our first baby.
We saved him from being dumped into the pound.
She’s almost six weeks old now.
My husband and pets are some of the most important things in my life. I have two best friends, which I may refer to as C. and K. at some point in my blog. They are the greatest people in my life, aside from my husband. They keep me in line, support me, love me, and yell at me when need be. I’d be lost without them in my life. I’m thankful that they are accepting and caring as they are. Also they make me laugh a lot. Which is totes a plus for me. Laughing is good for you, but sometimes I lol so hard I cry. I’d milk that shit till the cow falls over though, so whatever. ;D
So, that’s me. ‘Til next time.
P.S. Remember, strap your shoes on and run that mile.