Let’s try this again 🙂
After several months of thinking about starting a blog, I’ve finally decided I’m just going to do it! I’ve never been a very “open” person, but I think this will help me let loose of thinks that might help me with my chronic migraines.
Just to give you a little background on me, here we go 🙂 I grew up in a very small town in southern Ohio, life was great…great family, good group of friends, church family….I’ve always been one to stress over everything (hence my chronic migraines), so when it came time to move on to high school I talked my parents into sending me to a Christian school. Worst. Idea. Ever…..well, not quite! After two years of that I talked them into letting me be homeschooled my last two years of high school, now THAT was the Worse. Idea. Ever!!!!! I struggled with friendships, I only had a few close friends, nobody was my age at church, I went nowhere to meet anyone, just horrible all around! After high school I moved to Columbus, OH where I made some great friends and for once I felt normal! After a few years there, I moved to Lexington, KY….I have a brother who struggled with addiction for several years and he had finally straightened up so I felt the need to move there so I could “help” him stay straight. While there I made other friends who were great, but I’d had enough and was ready to come back “home”. I started hanging out with some of my old friends again, met some new ones, had a failed relationship, and had decided I would always be single and I was okay with that. Until I met my husband 🙂 He came into my life when I least expected and it was great! We got married after dating 2 years and life is amazing! Sure, we have arguments and some days are just plain nasty days, but we love each other and I would go to the ends of the world for this man!
Shortly after meeting my husband I found out I have PCOS…..After much research (and trying myself) it seems to be extremely difficult to do something I’ve wanted my whole life…..have a child. This is so much harder than the physical pain it gives me, but I won’t give up!!
I’m hoping to meet other “cysters” on here and get to know more about PCOS and they’re struggle/victory with it along with letting off some steam to keep these migraines under control!! 🙂
Until next time…