My testosterone is too high. No, I’m not turning into a man, but the final diagnosis was PCOS or Polycystic Ovary (Ovarian) Syndrome.
Acknowledging that you as an individual have areas that can be (or should be) improved is hard, but taking the time to reflect on your own actions and feelings is the best way to grow and improve yourself.
Next time you’re wondering what to do, a shopping excursion may be just the thing – and not on the weekend when everyone is running about trying to get the “best deal,” while stepping on your face and hands in the process. Just saying.
I would like to focus on college as a way to network and connect with others. More specifically, on sororities and fraternities. And even more specifically, on my previous disdain for such organizations.
This is what I needed today, a reminder that I am human, and that other humans are doing the same thing that I am: living to be happy.
I’m surprised they didn’t send me back outside, especially when you consider that this was in downtown Reno which is known for oddballs. But they didn’t. And I respect them for that.
What hit me tonight is that I started this. I pursued the protection of this site, and now the Northern Nevada NSDAR Chapters have joined together with this common goal!
I don’t recall how our conversation started, but I recall how she made me feel… I offered her a hug. She smiled. As easy as that, I made a friend, and oh, what a friend!
I love being tech-savvy! I believe it allows me to assist my co-workers, friends, and family in their computer endeavors! But I don’t know if this is inherit, or a product of my time.