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BerrieBlosym has a love for Big Hero 6 and has an incredibly charming character!
SilverMellow has a gorgeous sense of design for fashion!
FOR SOME INSANE REASON THIS PERSON HAS NO COMMENTS OR FAVORITES! Not only is she a fan of one of my favorite shows of all time, she's got the most unique way of drawing and stylizing them. And her backgrounds and framing is to diiiie for
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Hello dear friends! My name is Jordan. I'm an aspiring animator/character designer currently freelancing as I try to find my way in the world. I have a deep love for animals and people, and sitting on the swing drawing.
My bunny Frisk (as you can see above) is my life and heart and lil baby.
I truly love people, so don't be shy. I love socializing so feel free to start a conversation on my page. Please leave notes to more private matters/commission matters. They get cluttered easily!
I love to look at other' art so don't be shy to ask me. I critique fairly and love to take fellow artists under my wing.
Bottom line is I'm a girl that just wants to see the world happy!
Lost. I have no idea what to do. I'm faced with the toughtest decision in my life. No hyperbole, this is the hardest decision I have ever made.
I'm scheduled for a hysterectomy for my endometriosis. A full hysterectomy, removing every sexual organ in my body. ...But it is no guarantee. In fact, so many women have shared their stories on an endometriosis support group I visit, where their pain was worse after the surgery. So much worse.
Not only that, the complications can be incredibly severe, and you go into surgical menopause immediately. Surgical menopause is far worse than normal menopause. You have to be on hormone pills for the rest of your life. The hormone pills can chance your endo returning as it creates the same hormone that makes it. The number of diseases you're at risk for is staggering, including osteoperosis because apparently your body now lacks a hormone that helps your bones. Not even to mention I was never officially diagnosed. It was based on symptoms because he found no tissue. He said I had deep seeded endometriosis, where the tissue had been penetrated by it and was not visible.
Of all the stories I have read, I've only seen about five women talk about how life improved for them, despite my gyno telling me most women improve significantly. Almost every woman I've seen says they regret the surgery and would rather have the endometriosis.
There's no reversing the surgery. Once it's done it's done. If I don't have the surgery I will be in pain for the rest of my life, with a disease that isn't curable.
If I do have it I could be in worse shape, I'll go into immediate surgical menopause, I will never have kids, I can still get back the disease I was trying to get rid of. I could screw myself for good.
I.....I'm lost. I've never felt so lost and conflicted in my entire life. It seems there's no certain light at the end of the tunnel.