||[Feb. 11th, 2008|10:34 pm]
Funny how you learn something new, and within days are in a situation that applies that new found knowledge. Did it come up that often before you noticed it, or is it really just in season for the first time? My sandals were worn thin while I wasn't looking, but we'll walk it off.|
Also, isn't is odd how when you decide to stop looking for someone, they become practically invisible? I stood right in front of you, interrupting during a lull in apparently awkward conversing, and never noticed you till we all walked away and someone gave a half-hearted 'bye' over their shoulder. Don't give me that wide-eyed stare, I didn't do this, I waited. I was the last one of us, as usual. You need to clean the ferret cage, by the way. I'd just as soon give him away.
Then there's the usual. Stupid game. It's like Jumanji, when the game starts playing itself, but you're still stuck going through the motions, brain screaming to halt, while the rest of you just ignores it.
I fear being a hypochondriac, just as I have since I was little. Always remembering that worry when in a new group that hasn''t been introduced to my ridiculous natural born medical oddities. I was always able to make myself sick, but if it's an actual, proven illness (like strep, or pneumonia, etc.) then it's not hypochondria, is it? It's a real, honest-to-whatever diseases/viruses/infections/illnesses, confirmed by numerous doctors on multiple occasions. Would it be abusing my immune system then? Or just coincidental timing? I don't know what to think about that, but the thought wanders in every once in a while. Maybe I imagined the whole thing.
I'm going to miss the Virginia Primaries tomorrow. I'm disapointed in that, but I trust us. Free pancakes at IHOP tomorrow to celebrate.... National Pancake Day? Children's Miracle Network? Not being a part of Lent? A practically national primary? Light school work? Life? How amazingly awesome we happen to be? Sounds good.
My eyes, they burn.