I know that the last one is very blurry , but I just love it somehow :)
Shirt: H&M /
Pants: Zara /
Shoes: Clarks /
Cap: H&M /
So yeah! Outfit post. A bit late, but hey.. It's never too late, right? :)
Are we still up for Blogtember, huh? - I'm seriously getting into that a lot! I've been going through your blogs people, reading your stories, and I must admit - never felt more inspired to live!
They all are so touching, and so unique!
Thanks for reminding me how amazing life is!
And now, day 4 of beloved Blogtember:
A story about a time you were very afraid.
My fears. I really have like plenty of them. And actually - if I could go deeper through my 'Memory Bowl' (like Dumbledore's), I probably would find many stories to share.
But here's the first one which popped to my mind after reading this topic.
It was a couple of years ago. At that time I was living in London, but came back home for some short holidays.
I always used to struggle with my period. It used to be extremely painful, and exhausting. So when I came back to Lithuania, first thing I wanted to sort it out - visit my doctor, and see why am I struggling with that so bad.
So. I went there. I had an echoes cope, and the doctor found a cyst. But it was nothing to do with a period. The cyst wasn't even in some particular place, - she was independent :)) hah.
So the current doctor sent me to see another doctor, and have some proper giblets' verification thing.
I didn't like that. Got a bit worried, and start thinking that probably there's a big deal.
And my thoughts were right. Well actually, they were nothing comparing with the other doctor's words.
While I was lying on a table, and she was browsing through my belly with that another echoes cope thing, I saw her smiling - felt some kind of a relief.. But then suddenly she started screaming: ... 'Oh my God, this is very serious, dear! You definitely need a surgery, and as soon as possible. This cyst is huge, and it's not just a cyst anymore! This is so dangerous! This can 'break down' anytime, and you will die straight away!'... I literally almost sh*t myself at that time. (Sorry for that expression..but yeah. I really felt like that). I start shaking, and rumbling something.. Couldn't really put words in sentences.
But remember all she was saying just : 'You will die...die..die.. We need you to get a surgery NOW, or you will DIE!'
Ok. I was sweating like crazy. Came out of a cabinet, and couldn't manage to talk to my Mom. Saw her getting super worried. The doctor was running, and getting me another doctor. Everybody got panicked. Even some other people who were queueing to get checked were worried. Geez.. that was horrible! I literally thought that I might die any minute.
So, another doctor came. Said, that I must have another check. They've put me in this tube ( just like one of those in Tv Series 'House'), it all was terrifying. So many lights, horrible sounds. Those 30 minutes were the worst in my life.
But then, when the check was done, the other doctor just laughed. Said that there's nothing to worry about. It's just another simple cyst. Well, I should keep an eye on that, but I won't die.
These were the best news I've ever heard. Trust me.
After all, I took that just as another lesson - that we only live once. And none of us are protected from anything. You never know what might happen today, tomorrow, or even in few minutes.
You can live a healthy life, but you will never be guaranteed that nothing will happen to you.
Anyways! Let's enjoy life right NOW! Let's not wait just for some day, and do things you really would like to do.
Do it now! :)
P.S. as for the cyst - I didn't have any surgery. And haven't checked that since then. But I'm planning to see a doctor soon, and see what's going on there. Hope that the same story won't happen again. :) wish me good luck!
P.P.S. any of you have/had issues with cysts? What are your experiences?
Have a Lovely Friday, Everyone! And a good weekending!