I found it in an article about their updated lives!
When we were making and promoting the films we had to understand grown-up kind of things about how hotels worked, what we needed when traveling, stuff about airports, motorways, that kind of thing. But I wouldn’t say we lost out on our childhood — it just added to it. —Oliver Phelps
I loved this quote because the retired Weasley twin said something that spoke to the heart of a diseased child, I think. You can suffer through this disease, and think it stole part of your life, or you can accept the new experiences, in our case, the hospitals and medicines, and think of them as ADDING to your life, not taking from it. Cool and inspirational quote!
I would like to thank President Obama and Justice Roberts for personally saving my life.
I want to keep a food journal, but i think I ought to include stress in my life. I want to monitor how much stress / lifestlye effect my disease. I noticed that alcohol can have an effect, but not always. I want to know if it depends on when I drink it, what time of day, how much ,etc, and how close it is to an infusion date, etc. But stress may also be a factor, because emotional stress can turn into physical stress, as we know, and physical stress can weaken your defenses. For us, that means an avalanche of problems. Any suggestions about how to organize this journal? Like, how do I rate stress levels? Do I mention stressful things that are happening? Do I keep track of specific events? Anyone else do this?
Checking in here, at the tail end of my latest flare.
CRP: from 148 to 97, still going down.
Frequency: from 15 to 3 or 4 / day
State of mind: Bitter.
Thoughts: How is it fair that my friends and colleagues, who endlessly abuse their bodies with buckets of alcohol, fast food and absurd amounts of fried food, fat, pizza and leftover greasy chinese takeout, who live sedentary and carefree lives, can go on to win competitions and acceptance to the grad programs and jobs of their dreams, while I devote my entire life to working hard, eating well, cooking well, and exercise, and I, of all people, cannot get myself out of the hospital bed?
My solution to feeling shaky and needing a little pick-me-up…I don’t cook in exact measurements:
- 1 scoop of Life’s Basics Plant protein
- a bit of almond milk
- 1 banana
- 1 small handful of strawberries
- 5-6 icecubes
First chop ice in a food processor or blender, then add fruit, protein powder and almond milk to desired thickness. enjoy : )
I invented this to boost my immune system, regulate my digestive system, and give me all the vitamins, protein, and fiber my body could take in with one breakfast. With this smoothie, I’m chalk-full of good probiotics and things. Check it out! I’ve never felt better, drinking this shake every morning. Dairy Free! Protein-high! Low-fat!