Dear Ulcerative Colitis

March 5, 2015

Dear Ulcerative Colitis,

I just wanted to write to you to tell you to please go away. You are not welcome anymore. Because of you, I missed my writing last night. Because of you, I was not able to go and work out. Because of you, I was in bed by 8:00 P.M. and I was not able to spend some time with my husband on his night off. Because of you, I am currently in pain and I am super stressed now because I am afraid you are trying to stay for awhile. I’m sorry, but you simply can’t. You must go.  I have a lot of important things coming up and I can’t have you here. Saturday is my son’s birthday party during the day and my best friends 30th birthday party during the night. I simply has so much to do and can’t let you stay. So, I’m begging you to please go!!!! Please!!! Thank you in advance for taking the time to read this letter. I really hope you understand and have no hurt feelings. Have a great weekend!

Sincerely,

Kelli

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5 thoughts on “Dear Ulcerative Colitis

  1. Oh, I really feel for you and hope that you are better soon. This is the second writing piece I have read about ulcerative colitis in as many days. Last night, someone shared a piece in my writing group. I had no idea how debilitating this disease could be.

  2. Cute idea to write a letter. Your personality totally comes out in the piece as you are writing to something so debilitating and awful to experience yet you are still polite about it. Kelli, Kelli, Kelli! You are amazing! I can feel your sadness because of everything that you have had to miss. Positive thoughts sent your way!

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