February 1st, 2008

disco star

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Home sick from work, woo. I feel like I've been dragged behind a car for 500 ft... or that I drug a car for 500 ft. Either way, I'm beyond sore and my sinuses are filled with HATRED AND ANGER. I don't want to leave the house today, but I have an eye appointment that I really should go to.

Slept for a delicious twelve hours after finishing that freaking book that I've been forcing myself through (Burning Water by Mercedes Lackey). Potter DID come in the mail, so at least I have a (presumably) entertaining easier read after feeling like I was sitting through an awful episode of Law & Order meets Charmed.

Don't remember much of my dreams, other than that I was at work, dancing to this song:

...while I moved around stuff of my brother's on the shelves. Apparently, in my subconscious, he stores his stuff at OfficeMax.

Since I'm home today, please feel free to entertain me.
disco star

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I have one of those plastic drawers on wheels to the left of my computer, in front of the window. On top of it is one of those square shaped cd holders that zip up, and my Nintando DS case on top of that. Bacci perched right on the edge of the case, which was well over the floor. I laughed and said that she was going to fall on her ass. She yawned in response.

This is one of her favorite perches lately. Usually, she'll sit just like that right on top of the DS case and watch me on my computer - for hours at a time.

I don't know whether it's adorable or unnerving.
happy nerd

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Back from the eye doctor!

Everything looks good, my right eye is pretty much the same as it was five years ago, and my left eye finally caught up. Everyone there was super nice! I laughed much and enjoyed the conversations, especially, that I had with the blond lady about how silly marriage is and how it's not for us, and how silly the conversations are with our parents and friends who want us to get hitched and breed.

Will have new glasses next week woooooo. I'm very excited to finally be able to see again, and to have glasses that do NOT have the little stand outty plastic nose guard thingies. I can never get the freaking thing clean on these glasses, and after five years, they're very scary indeed.

Sad that I'm paying $200 after insurance, but hey. At least I can see, at least I know that the black spot in my vision WILL go away and is nothing serious, and ... I believe I will have glasses that I'll be happy with. They're more round than the last two sets that I've had, more of a cat's eye type instead of a... nerdy block type.

I will, of course, take pictures.