becoming infinite

always learning. always growing. always lifting heavy things.

i wish i had something profound to say.

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i had an EEG this morning (thank god i cut my hair. i hate the crap they use to stick the electrodes to your skin, and it’s a disaster when you have long hair), and an MRI right after. the MRI was with and without contrast – the contrast ink made me totally spaz out and insist my body was floating forwards and backwards, when in reality i was stuck in the little MRI tube.

way to be calm and collected, jenn.

i found out yesterday that the damage to my knee is at the point where it will only get worse…so i’m having surgery next thursday. missing my final exam for counterpoint, missing giving my second class their final/seeing them for the last time, and missing my own graduation. not that the latter is really too important because i had nobody coming, but still. c’mon, 2012, cut me a goddamn break.

so i’m going to go shower off tonight’s spinning class and wallow in the fact that this year has sucked way beyond my lowest expectations.

i’ll post something decent tomorrow. i have some good ideas swirling around in my brain (with the damn contrast ink).

 

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Author: jenn

impossible to define; indefinitely impossible. maybe i'll add more here later.

3 thoughts on “i wish i had something profound to say.

  1. Things can only get better and I am sure they will …… I will be thinking of you moreso next thursday. xx

  2. That contrast made me so ill I knew if the seizures would not kill me the die certainly would. Alas, I did end up pulling through. I hope your poor luck is getting its fill for the year, so the rest of 212 will only bring you happiness and laughter.

    • i have never used any recreation psychotropic drugs, but if i had to guess, i would say that the contrast dye was like a bad acid trip. awful, awful experience!

      and thank you very very much – i hope 2012 improves, as well!

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