Anonymous said: Also, you look like you gained a bit of weight, not in a negative way, but in a very positive, sexy, feminine way, you look amazing.
Thanks so much for your kind words. I will be honest, it took some time for me to sit on your message. I, for the first time in my life, really, have been struggling with my weight and outer appearance. I’ve been diagnosed with Crohn’s disease for about two and a half years now, but am sure I’ve had it much, much longer than that. That caused me to be stick-skinny most of my life. I’ve been on a bunch of medications and none of them seemed to be doing the trick so I got surgery in December and they removed the diseased piece of my intestine. Of course I will always have the disease but this has helped the symptoms immensely, one being the fact that I actually can absorb the nutrients from food—explaining my weight gain.
By no means am I saying this is a bad thing, I am so thankful to finally FEEL healthy. To be seen as ‘healthy’ by others, too. However, this has taken some getting used to. I was always a skinny minny, I was used to having clothes fit a certain way, seeing myself a certain way in the mirror, and being able to eat whatever I damn liked.
A lot has changed since those days. My boobies have gotten (even) bigger, curvy my hips more prominent, I finally have a booty, and my thighs touch. But hey! I’m womanly. And feminine! Just like you said.
Which brings me to the point of this entire novel. I couldn’t help but be offended at the very first glance of your message, but please, don’t take that the wrong way—I know this was not your intention. That quickly dissipated when I realized that you were being a sweetheart and helping me along my way, and, well, my transformation.
Thanks hun xx
i am in complete and utter love and it has truly never felt better or more genuine.
i could explode.