I had taken a slight hiatus off of art, activity and other stuff that didn't regard my social media. Recently, a week ago or so, I underwent surgery in my chest and some other areas on my body. I know I shouldn't share way too personal info, but this has to be explained. My surgery was boob augmentation. I carry a weird syndrome called Poland syndrome??? I don't really remember the name, but it sounded like Poland/Pollux syndrome. Anyways, what this syndrome does? It basically won't let a specific pectoral muscle (which plays part in boob growth) form; there's no tissue nor muscle in my right pec, and ever since I was 13, I began noticing the lack of my right boob's growth compared to my left one. By the age 16, the difference was clearly noticeable. My left breast had reached a nice growth, but the right one remained small and barely made a lump, and the only way both could be equal in size, was through a boob augmentation with implants.
Fast forward to my surgery, I was terribly nervous, cause it'd be my first surgery ever. (Before any of you begin going "ugh but you should love yourself the way you look wtf", stop. Stop right there. I couldn't wear a bikini comfortably nor have any confidence in how I looked with this issue. This was my decision to a happier and self-esteem boosted life). Everything went well, and then recovery came in. Boy, the first 3 nights were hell; I couldn't move much and practically stayed in bed 90% of the day. Now it's a week ever since I had surgery, and can finally sit in my computer for more than 20 mins without my arms nor body hurting, I can walk with no real issue and do more stuff I couldn't. It's been hell but a speedy recovery. Everything's cool now.CANADA
I've been struggling with my school app and study permit app for the past 2 months. I can safely and surely say now that SAIT has accepted me as a student and CIC Canada granted me my study permit! That's everything I needed for me to make the biggest move in my life; going from México and live in Canada. I'll be staying at my brother's house for the meantime, so I don't have to spend more money in campus rent. I'm going to Canada guys! <3
That was pretty much it. Thank you for sticking around and hope to be more active here. Have a lovely day!