The Eyes’ Pleasure

Posted on August 29th, 2018 in Blog, pictures by Michelle. 5 Comments

While I did feel discouraged from losing my job and it manifested in not so wonderful ways of triggering night terrors and just be here and there consciously, it was advised by my Nurse Practitioner that getting a full psychological evaluation and even TMS (Transcranial magnetic stimulation) to help with the conditions I have, but the psych evaluation will pinpoint other underlying conditions and I’ll manage them with more therapy.

Plus, I finally got my new IUD in and while I had a lot of cramping despite taking pain meds it still felt odd to have them open up my cervix like that to insert the IUD although, at the end, my gynecologist called me his best patient due to always being on time and being compliant with his suggestions and taking medications needed. It was a great compliment that I didn’t expect too much from anyone but it feels wonderful to hear that. I’m just myself honestly.

Then with any chance, Jose treated me out one day with Chicken Noodle Soup (Pho Ga) and then the next with real NY pizza! My husband treats me too wonderfully.

Pho Ga
Tastes like homemade pizza



Then I scored with getting a hacked PSP 3000 series and it had the older PSP Persona games on it like 2: Innocent Sin and Persona 1, so I am playing Persona 2: IS, and love it. It’s hilarious and the main theme: is rumors and making them come true for your benefit. I love how all of the different Persona games have their own different themes and I couldn’t be more grateful for the things that fall into my lap.

Why not one of Sega’s most famous games like the Japanese Mafia? Starring Kiryu and Majima and the craziness of their world. I didn’t expect much of this game and while I thought of giving up on it, I decided to try again and be more open-minded and couldn’t be more grateful. Couldn’t be more grateful for the changes I encountered in the story and just wow. Wow. Of course, there are 6 and only 3 have been remastered and brought over here in America but if you don’t mind reading subtitles and enjoy one hell of a story, then pick up this game.


Good job on being a good patient! People don’t really realize how important it is for doctors to have cooperative patients. A patient’s cooperation not only helps the patient recover more quickly, it also helps make the doctors’ jobs easier. They are doing so much to help us so it is the least we can do not just for ourselves but also for them <3

Ahh I've always wanted to play Innocent Sin! I've heard so much about it but I don't know why I never got around to playing it…

Posted on September 1st, 2018, at 7:52 AM by Sakura.

I think I’m the opposite of you when it comes to be a patient. I’m always late and may not really listen to what my doctors tell me to do.

Posted on September 3rd, 2018, at 4:33 PM by Deanna.

Losing your job sucks. My boyfriend was laid off last December and wasn’t able to find a new job until this week. It was so hard seeing his bank account being drained. I hope you are able to find a new job quickly. Good luck!

Posted on September 3rd, 2018, at 8:58 PM by Brandy.

I’ve lost a job before and it’s such a tough thing to go through. :/

I’ve heard that IUD’s are painful and cause cramping. Had a fair deal of that in the past, but not even from an IUD.

You’re so lucky to have a husband who is so supportive. He gets you great food!

Posted on September 4th, 2018, at 8:42 PM by Kim.

My sister had an IUD but didn’t get on at all well with it. They ended up having to remove it, I think I’ll stick to the injection myself! I’m a pretty good patient, I think. I normally do what my doctor advises.

I’m sorry to hear that you’ve lost your job. 🙁