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Emerging Back Into The World
Autumn - sunlitdays
I think I'm finally emerging from the fog of grief. I'm feeling the urge to write again. I'm getting my shit together. I went to the gym today for the first time in ages and I've booked the B&B, the train tickets and the hotel for my birthday weekend in Paris.

Still have to phone the doctor's about my birth control, because I've finally decided to go on it. Watch this space.

So... how is everyone? Is anyone still reading this? ^^;;

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Oh, this post makes me happy for you <3 I'm especially glad that you're still going to Paris - I think it's awesome that you always do that.

(Pardon my inability to write more - jet lag is killerrrr. But still <3!!)

Awww, Ducky. You're so sweet. Thank you.

Travelling keeps me sane, it really does. Paris was one of my favourite experiences last year and this will be my sister's first time there. I hope she enjoys it as much as I do.

I'm here! I hope that you enjoy Paris - and glad that the fog is dispersing - but don't be surprised if it has another go at you now and then

Still reading! Although I've been a total fail at commenting, sorry. :(

But yay for Paris! It's a lovely place, you'll have so much fun. :D

I wish I could go on the pill or something, because my cycle is shot to shit. I fear menopause looms large, even though doctors won't have any of it when I tell them my mum was done and dusted with the menopause at my age, so genetically, I'm running late. I wish they'd look at me as an individual, rather than as something that is trying to fall outside of textbook statistics.

And I can't even have HRT becasue of my cancer history, so I'll just have to suck it up. D: /TMI commment

Ugh, God, why won't they listen to you? You don't even really HAVE a cycle any more from what you've said, your uterus just decides to bleed as and when it fucking pleases and you just have to mop up the mess. It's your body, you know when something's wrong with it, they need to get their heads out of their arses and LISTEN. /rant

Take your time adjusting to your loss. In my experience it doesn't go away, it just changes as you do.

I'm glad you are not abandoning you craft. And I envy you traveling to Paris.

Thanks, Vi! I love Paris so much (only been two times) and this will be my sister's first visit.

The urge to write again after a period away is the best feeling ever!!!

I'm so glad you've got your Paris trip sorted out. That'll be really lovely for you.

It really is. And I'm going with my sister, so hopefully we both have a great time.

I'm here :) This sounds a lot like the good stretch I had a couple weeks ago. I'm glad you're on the mend.

DEZZIE! *hug* So glad to see you.


Birthday weekend in Paris! Yeah!

Have fun! You deserve it!

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Hi *wave* I am sorry to hear about your loss but I am glad that you are healing. It can take a while but keep at it :)

OMG hi! *hug* So good to see you. And thanks.

Glad you are doing all those things for you. Grief really robs your energy; I've experienced it firsthand.

It does, you're right. *sigh* Thanks.

*hugs* enjoy your trip, relax and recharge.

This is probably very silly of me but I cannot tell you how much I want to join you and your sister in Paris.

To the extent that my plans in September take the form of "I dunno/Dunno/Dunno/Be in Paris, go to this restaurant/Dunno/Go to Amiens, I guess"

I don't mean that in a creepy way, but in a, OMG I love this idea way.

I'm doing all right!

Awww, that's awesome! :D I'm seeing her tomorrow and I will tell her that you're joining us on Saturday.

You could never be creepy to me.

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