10/31

10/31

Probably my hair? I don’t know if that even counts as a feature but Imma go with it. In regards to the rest of me I don’t think anything stands out but more that it all comes together nicely to create a lovely package. I have adorable dimples though. 😛

My hair is something a lot of people are jealous of. It is very thick and very wavy and strong. It is very dark too and a lot can be done with it. Because I don’t have particulary strong facial features I can carry a lot of different hair styles and feel comfortable too. My hair is currently very short but it is trying to wave a little so without much effort it can look like I’ve been styling it for ages. 😀

 

I’ve had long, short, and in between and many colours and my hair is something that while it can bug me, is very rewarding for me. When I was very ill, and when I was depressed as a teen my hair was always huge for me. Yeah I feel crap and it takes every ounce of strength to walk to the end of my own garden path but hey my hair is purple so rock on XD

8/31

8/31

Worst habbits. Well, I’m very quick to get upset about my health and I am far too hard on myself about it all. I hold a grudge like a boss. I leave my ironing out for ages before I put it away. I tend to leave a trail of clutter in my wake. I doodle a lot when I’m writing things down.

8/31

8/31

Ah, the handbag of a type one diabetic. Otherwise known as a wormhole.

– purse
-passport
– insulin pen 1
-insulin pen 2
-glucose testing kit
– dextrose tablets
– breakfast bar for hypos
– kindle
– calorie and carbs diary
– planner
-pen
-earphones
-keys
-painkillers
-sanitary spares

7/31

7/31

People who crack their knuckles and bones constantly. It freaks me out to hear it.

People that flick their finger nails.

Drumming fingers on things.

People not cleaning bunkers after they make a mess on them.

My local pharmacy’s inability to get a prescription right and within 30 minutes.

Tea spoons that are still too wide for yogurt pots.

Mugs too narrow at the top to get my biscuit in.

When my mum puts her insulin in my insulin box.

When someone puts standard painkillers on the diabetic medication shelf.

People leaving dishes to ‘soak’ for more than 10 minutes.

Cold dish water.

6/31

6/31

Sight: I can see the UPS truck parked up outside, the trees blowing softly in the wind, bins waiting to be taken back in and houses lying empty as their owners are at work. I can see my desk, a cluster of prescription sheets and insuln pens alongside my box of pills, my speakers, candles, glasses case holder, notepads, my DS and my paperwork stack. Sitting off to the side is a framed pictures of my dog as a pup.

Sound: The steady hum of my computer and creaks in the floorboards as my dog Nico pads about.

Touch: The keys of the keyboard, the softness of my mousemat under my wrists and the hard wood of my desk under my elbows as well as the cold plastic of my desk chair where I’m resting my foot.

Taste: Tea.

Smell: Air? Nothing particular about the smells of today.

5/100

5/100

Oh music. I looove music.

Basically love the current Fall Out Boy album. I’d love to give a list but really I’ve just been listening to the Fall Out Boy album. Repeatedly. I really connect with so many of the lyrics. Plus, they are doing a fabulous thing with the songs from the album and creating a story on youtube where each song has a video and they all connect. It makes me very excited waiting on the next part. 😀

4/100

4/100

My health. I mean, given there are things going on in my body that my doctors haven’t fully identified yet that is pretty scary. I could have cysts, they might be exploding but I don’t know for sure. That is scary.

Spiders. Creepy little freaks.

People.

Not overly fond of heights either. I can look out of a window high up but I don’t like being on climbing frames for example.