Thursday, November 12, 2009

The Ache in My Lower-Left-Brain-Region, and Swabbage

I've determined that I should probably go get my neck looked at. I physically cannot turn my head to the right and when I yawn, it hurts like hell. I don't know why the yawning thing aggravates it, but as soon as I open my mouth wide enough to unleash my tiredness, the back left side of my neck just ACHES. It hurts right there and a little up into my lower-left-brain-region, whatever that's called. We're talking constant pain, here. Day, afternoon, night, 4 AM, makes no difference. I'm moving around like a freaking robot because as soon as I change my head position, it aches all in my spine and up into that lower-left-brain-region I mentioned before. What the hell, man? I have presentations to give and jobs to work* and an epic desire to stop complaining so much. But I should probably get back to figuring out how I'm going to speak in front of people tonight and somehow not be trembling and sweating like a freaking elementary school kid.

* Costco called me. I had my mouth swabbed with a spongy thing to make sure I'm not hopped up on cocaine or anything. I wasn't. They hired me.

New objective: try to be less stressed about school now that I have way less time to do my work.

Chance of success: 2.7%

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