eighty percent

It’s been a week since I started my new medical routine, which is long enough to give me a pretty good idea of how it’s going. So, how’s it going?

With the exception of right now, I feel almost normal again. I could probably stand to be a little giddier, but I’m hoping the onset of summer will help with that. I haven’t stared at walls in a few days, and an entire week of outrage has shown me that I apparently still do have emotions. These are all good things!

Except for right now, though – right now all I want to do is  lie down in a dark room until everything stops spinning. I have an extreme case of the verts, and I don’t like it one bit. I’ve been taking a metric assload of vitamins each morning to offset the crazy pills I take each night, but today I took them on an empty stomach and now I am dizzy as fuck. I was actually worried about riding Lola into the office this morning because my eyeballs don’t seem to want to focus on things and everything is all wooshy –  I really hope it’s because of the empty stomach thing and not the flu. Hell, I’ll even take an accidental dosage of muscle relaxants stored in my vitamin jar over the flu.

I honestly feel like I’m 30 seconds or so away from passing out. I don’t know that I’ve ever truly fainted before, so hooray! A new experience! I am so dizzy.

Other things:

  • Today is the 15th anniversary of the release of Quake, a game that will always be near and dear to my heart – I am where I am today because I started playing Q1
  • I did an interview on CBC’s The Current yesterday (it’s why I was up at 03:30) – listen to me be dumb (and other people be smart) here
  • This is what I would look like in clip art form:

my eyes are brown, though

  • I’m gonna pass out now, k?

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