She can impossibly be THAT sick she that looks so healthy. Not only does she look shamelessly healthy, she is also wearing fashionable clothing, and she’s smiling. She can’t be seriously ill!
When you have been sick half your life, experienced a lot of negativity and resistance in life. When you think you can’t possibly have to experience another downturn there’s another, and another, and one more… When it never stops going down, what do you do then? Do you give up? Do you become upset? Do Read More
Hey Ingrid – I had a nightmare last night that Elias was going to be a big brother…. Well turns out that wasn’t a nightmare. That was just a plain fact – and not enough that he was going to be a big brother, we were expecting twins! My god this was really scary. Snåsakall`n Read More
It can be TOUGH to have a tough «exterior»… In yesterday’s local newspaper I «revealed» a secret and made myself so vulnerable that I’ve been struggling to finish reading the interview… One thing is for certain, I have NOT gotten any form of apology from the St Olav’s Hospital myself. I’m incredibly disappointed that it Read More
The wonderful healthcare system of Norway… As mentioned I was admitted to hospital 70 times over a very short period of time while in high school, so I had to re-do some subjects. I did that at Aglo High School. I was received very well there, and it gave me back the desire to study. Read More
Then I’ll take you back in time. Back to 1998 and junior high school (Hegra Ungdomsskole). In my senior year I got the disease Morbus Crohn. I remember the day at Levanger hospital and Dr. Kristian Hveem told me that Ingrid you have bowel disease “morbus crohn” . I probably had the disease several years Read More
Best Friends… 🙂 This photo here is from my friend Linn Anette `s bachelorette party … I am so lucky that I have many good friends. As mentioned before I am from a small village where everybody knows who you are – for better or worse. All of the girls in the photo has held Read More
Morbus Crohn I get a lot of questions about what Crohn’s Disease is and how it works, so I’ve taken some information from Wikipedia for you first, then we can get back to My Story PART 5 🙂