So I made a vegan version of this monstrosity.... And it's the most delicious thing ever but it's so awful because I get sugar headaches and like, my head was hurting just looking at it. Haha.
I took pictures too, because that's the kind of person I am. XD
I didn't make nearly as much as that recipe calls for by the way. I'm the only person in my house who likes marshmallows (weird right? But more for me. :P ) so it wouldn't've made sense to make a lot.
Anyway. Even though I didn't make a ton, I've got a lot left and it'll probably last me a while considering how what little I ate is making me feel like my head is splitting open.
No regrets though. It was sooo worth it.
Ummm. In other news, I've got a ton of stuff lined up for August and I'm really excited. :]
I'm going to this camp-retreat-thing with a bunch of UU kids and their buddies for a week, and that'll be intense and awesome, and then before that's even over (schedule conflicts, yaknow. But I've worked it out to make the best of my time.) I'm gonna hop on a train to a friend's house, stay the night, and then the next morning we'll go to this place he goes every year that he loves and keeps telling me that I'll love.
And I'll get away from technology for a while, which I think will be good for me.
And the best part is that this time I don't have to worry about binding for two weeks straight, which I'm thankful for enough that I could cry about it. Not even kidding.
And then after that I'll have like, maybe two weeks at home, and then I'll be heading to Boston to art school, which happens in early September actually.
This month is gonna be really quiet, and then my life is gonna get busy and it's not really gonna stop. But busy in a good way. I'm so excited. :]
Apparently it's possible to be itchy in a place that's completely numb... No use scratching because you won't feel it. Fun stuff. Gotta love the nervous system.
Nerve damage is definitely the most irritating part of recovery. A lot of places in my chest are hypersensitive (that is, my shirt brushing against my chest hairs feels like my chest is on fire.) and there are other places with no sensation at all. Nerve damage also takes the longest to heal.
I don't want to sound like I'm complaining really. Just... I mean, it bothers me, but not a lot, and I'm super-ultra-mega thankful that I was able to get surgery.
Oh, and I'm back on T for real this time, I don't know if I said, but I am. I was off of it for a while because the medical system hates me almost as much as my uterus does. (Okay that's not true... My uterus hates me a lot more than the medical system does.) But I'm back on it now and my bleeding has gone waaaaay down, which is (obviously) good. My doctor wants to put me on some hormone to stop it but I'm gonna wait for my hormones to balance out a little to see if the bleeding stops on it's own before I put out more money for more iffy medicine that might give me headaches and bloating or make the bleeding worse.
I'm all dizzy and sugar-crashing right now. I'm gonna get some water and watch or read Sherlock (Not sure which yet.) and go to bed. Goodnight everyone.
Also, I'll reply to PMs sometime when my brain isn't full of sugar and confusion.