Do you ever feel like you don't fit in? Do you ever wonder if you were actually ment to be in this world? Like your so different that it scares you and you feel like you can't talk about it? To anyone? That feeling is normal. None of us are normal, that's because none of us are the same. There is no such thing as being "normal", the only people we think are normal are the ones who try to fit in, who care too much about what others think and therefore try to be as neutral as they can imagine. Those people are the fake ones, they try so hard to fit in that they lose sight of who they really are.
This miscellaneous is meant to tell everyone that it's okay to be different, it's even a good thing, it means we are human, we are alive and we are real.
My cancer story Sept 8 2015
Thyroid cancer surgery. I notice a lump on my neck awhile back .ok about 4 years ago in 2011 and I didn’t do anything about it for a while..And then everyone I know start to notice it and kept telling me to have it look at by my doctor and again I didn’t get it look at. and my family and friends kept saying things like why haven’t you seen the doctor and I kept telling them that I was taking care of it and again I did not. So then one day we / my girlfriend and I went to a party at a friend house and there something was said to me about the lump on my neck. That was in august 2015. So now I ask my doctor if he would take a look and of course I had to have a biopsy done at this time. I was told that I had thyroid cancer all over my neck inside wow. for the first time in my life I was so scared. So I decided to have the surgery it was pretty big surgery it was a massive surgery it took my surgeons nine hours to do the surgery. AT The University of Miami in Sept 8 2015. It was bad four weeks and three surgery later. and I had been code blue two times.they had said i would not make it. I lay in a hospital bed for four weeks. And with some major problems with some bleeding of one of my vein bursting in my neck I saw myself dying not once but twice. So for those of you who think that you should not see a doctor please do yourself a favor go and see your doctor if you have or feel or see some kind of lump don`t wait like i did. I sure wish I had listened to everyone who had said something to me about the lump on my neck. Now it’s January 2016 .And here I am with a hole in my neck. Walking…
This is a writing exercise which was prompted by writingexercises.co.uk 's Setting generator. It gave me four statements of the setting, namely: "It’s noon. There’s heavy rain. You’re in the suburbs of the city. There’s a lonely feel to the place", and I delivered by setting a woman going through a rather problematic period of her life into this little city corner.
It's just an exercise, so the length is around 500ish words, nothing too ambitious. Thanks for reading!
“Imagine a world wherein Little Red Riding Hood was never accosted by ravenous wolves, wherein no boy ever cried wolf. This is the world that Wyatt Levine finds himself in, where werewolves have evolved alongside humanity and share a peaceful co-existence together.
Wyatt, a young, gay man etching out a living in London with his werewolf partner, Don, decides to undergo a new experimental surgery to become a werewolf, in order to address his growing dysmorphia of being trapped in his inferior human body.
The surgery is seemingly a success, and Wyatt relishes the strength and grace his new body provides him. However, it seems to have only allowed his ego to run rampant. He develops a superiority complex and misses no opportunity to make it known to ordinary humans that he is the stronger race. What will this transformation mean for Wyatt and his relationship with his partner, and ultimately, the human populace of London?”