I suppose a brief introduction would probably be suitable before I begin sharing my life tales all over the internet. 

My name is Megan, I'm a 26 year old computing lecturer from Northern Ireland.
I have recently been diagnosed with Endometriosis and have a passion for writing. Following the advice from my partner and mother, I have decided to start this blog so that the rest of the world can maybe find comfort in my words or at the very least maybe a giggle at some of my experiences.

I plan on having an entry at least once a week, so stay tuned if you find any of my posts mildly interesting. Better yet you can subscribe if you're that keen! 
Feel free to contact me with feedback or similar experiences. I'm approachable, pinky promise! 

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Recommendation of the week!

This section will be updated every week with a new recommendation. These can range from absolutely anything. Let me know if you find any of them useful. 

This week I have special treat for you all. Introducing Mr Hobo Johnson!

This man is a Mexican/Portuguese-American from California. When he was 19, he was kicked out of his house by his father and subsequently lived in his car for a stretch of time.
He's so incredibly passionate about music and it shows in all of his work. 

I've given you guys a taster of some of his lyrics from the most heartfelt song: "I just want a dog!".

I'm literally obsessed with this guy and each and every one of his anxiety attacks in his songs. If you're into some real life spoken word songs then this will literally give you those feels. Enjoy!

"I really want a dog
And a wife who loves to talk about the day that she had
I want a house that's on a street, that's on a hill
In a community with other people just like me
I want a kid that plays guitar
And he'd be a prodigy at the age of three
But he'll just give me lessons when he's six
I want my dog to fucking talk
And tell me that she's very, very proud of me
And that I worked very, very hard.."

Hobo Johnson - I want a dog.

 

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