Hi everyone, so this is a bit different from my normal posts but i am just going to do it.

One of my dear friend’s lost his life 2 weeks ago at the young age of 26. He was such an amazing person and he will be missed dearly. Unfortunately he was battling with Crohn’s disease for many years and eventually he lost.

His parents and family are obviously heartbroken and would wish this on no one which is why they have set up a fundraiser for Crohn’s and Colitis UK (you don’t have to be from the UK to donate!) to help fund research so other who suffer can maybe have the chance to overcome it.

If anyone would like to donate to this good cause then the link is here

If you don’t want to donate could you please reblog for awareness to others who might be able to Thank you

Ahhhhhh, pretty much how I’m feeling right now.  For the past 3 weeks I’ve had to really cut down on veggies and some fruits.  I hate that because I know that those things are good for you and help you, but for me, and others like me, they freaking HURT!  On the flip side tho, junk food, once again, is a life saver.  This is just plain weird.

I'm so sick

Literally and I’m so sick and tried of this disease. Why can’t I be normal? Why did I have to get this disease? I feel so weak and exhausted all the time. I’m disgustingly skinny. I want to be normal again. I hate this gosh darn disease. It is honestly taking over my life little by little..

The Fault In Our Stars (and Crohn's Disease)

A few months ago I fell in love with this book just like a lot of other people and I thought it’d be something cool to share here.  

I won’t get into what the book is about too much because you have to read it for yourself.  What I will say, is that as a Crohnie, it was good to read a book that dealt with similar stuff that we go throw EVEN THOUGH, the main characters have cancer.  We don’t have cancer but we do have a chronic illness that takes us in all kinds of directions and I wanted to see if anyone else out there has read it and what you thought about it.  Did you relate to it?  Did it help you?  Let’s talk.  Leave a comment below and if you haven’t read it, pick up and enjoy!

I can’t stop thinking about food. Idk if it’s the prednisone or what but every twenty minutes Im like ‘can I eat now? Is it acceptable to eat now? Can o eat? What should I make to eat? Am I hungry? Or is it the prednisone? I want ice cream. But am I hungry? Or is it heart burn? Temple soup would be good. Can I eat now? Pasta! Peanut butter and crackers. Is it acceptable to eat now?’ Im loosing my mind.