It's been an especially rough time with both Migraine attacks and depression the past couple of months, but I'm trudging my way through. Every so often there is a little bit of good, and I'm trying not to let those things slip away too easily.
I have a pretty high amount of student loans from undergraduate and law school, and I'm not able to pay them down due to my disability. I recently heard from the student loan holder that I meet the criteria for a discharge of my debt due to total and permanent disability. I hate the label, but I'm grateful for the opportunity to try to rescue my credit from utter destruction.
On a moderately hot Sunday in July, Cliff and I went to a Kansas City Royals game against the Boston Red Sox. It was an incredibly fun day, and the Royals even won. I haven't been to a winning Royals' game since I was a kid. I felt like a little girl again cheering on a winning Royals team. We may or may not make the playoffs, but I'm proud either way.
Last weekend on an even hotter Saturday afternoon my dad, Cliff and I went to a Kansas State football game in our newly renovated stadium.
The team had lost their first game of the season, so no one knew what to expect. They played a lot better this week. Despite some mistakes, they managed to pull out a win. It was one of the most hot and humid days I've experienced in years, but my body held up as well as could be expected.
I didn't collapse. Let's just marvel at that. And despite a close call when I asked my dad to pull the truck over on the way home, I didn't puke, either. That's a minor miracle.
Last but certainly not least, this summer I went to see Taylor Swift with my super awesome friend Dulcinea. It was such a fun concert. I was afraid I'd feel old in a crowd of so many young fans, but their energy and excitement was contagious.
Content by Diana E. Lee.
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