I finally wrote up the LolI_Able post. It felt nice to get it done. I felt like I've found a home here on LJ. It's much less invasive than Facebook. Also, I feel like I can help people here, because there are goals. I hope that I can contribute in some small way to making the world a happier place. It gives me joy to do so.
I also hope I'm not being annoying. Sometimes I'm sure people want to tell me, "I found your nose; it is in my business again." I'm curious, so I hope people will be frank with me and forgiving when I screw up.I'm putting the link here so I don't lose it.
I'm hoping to see some people come forward to lead. My goal is to spread the responsibility so that there will always be someone there for a crisis and to help out.
If I were deciding on mods, I guess I would like this kind of set up:
- Chronic Pain Loli
- Autoimmune Loli
- Endometriosis Loli
- Gynecological/Vaginal lllness Loli
- Cancer Loli
- Social Anxieties Loli
- Personality Disorders Loli
- Depression Loli
- Healthy Illness-conscious Loli
- PTSD/Trauma Loli
- Skin/ Facial Diseases/Anxieties Loli
That way, there are mods for most every category that knows the specifics on a certain type of illness. I think that would be wonderful. Everyone has specific areas of specialties, almost like doctors xD. Maybe we could come up for cute "specialty" names. Haha. I like this type of set-up. But maybe it is a good thing I'm not the deciding factor. ^_~ It's split evenly. I didn't even mean to do that.
I also would like to know what terms people like/dislike. Nothing really phases me, but "handicapped" or "disabled" upset some people. I don't want to upset someone by accident.
On a random note: I love the song "I've Got Friends On The Other Side"! I just love his voice (From the Princess and the Frog) This is one of my favorite movies. For some reason, it seemed perfect to watch on Easter. I also love Charlotte when she shakes her boobs into position. That is hilarious, because I always have to do that. xD
I think I should put that fabulous picture of me before the experimental surgery. I love how I'm puffed up like a balloon. It's me as every one of the fat characters I jokingly want to cosplay (Not to mention Atlas-as-Aria). Except that I might have grown out of that. Especially since I'm terrible at costuming. I would rather focus on Lolita anyway. Funny how things change as you grow up...
That air suit was so warm. I had fun pretending to be, alternately:
- Working at Biosafety Level 4 for the CDC with Ebola
- 100 more pounds than I actually weigh
- Pressing the air down for different body shapes
- A blimp or zeppelin; the Hindenburg only once(!)
The surgery itself was fun. I enjoyed being awake for once.