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Friday, December 19, 2003

Idiopathic stabbing headaches

For the past month and a bit I have been having headaches virtually every day. The thing is, they're very brief (a few seconds to a couple minutes) so by the time I get a hold of an Advil, the headache is gone. Just in case, I had it checked out by my doctor. Apparently, what I have are "Icepick Headaches". Yeah. Because it feels like someone has stuck an icepick in my head.

According to researchers, they believe it's caused by nerve inflammations in my brain. Yeah. They're not really sure yet. But they're sure it's nothing serious, it should go away in time. And if they really start to bug me, my doctor suggested taking Advil twice a day.

Lovely, no?

Thursday, December 18, 2003

What have I gotten myself into?

So there's this site, A Guy 4 Gals, and now my LiveJournal. God, it's going to be like summer television - full of repeats!

But yay! Christmas Break will be here in less than 24 hours! And yay! I don't have to smell the foul smell of a pig fetus any longer! But no, exams are in January and I have 4 in 3 days. But for now, yay!

Friday, December 12, 2003

It's Friday Night, and I'm Alone.

It's that time of year. The time when everyone feels overwhelmed and the only thing keeping them from killing themselves is the apprehension of receiving gifts. Merry Christmas, baby.

My mother finally developed the pictures I took in the summer with my fancy camera. Really, the internet does these pictures no justice. No justice.

Monday, December 08, 2003

Broken Social Scene Concert

Wednesday December 3, 2003

"lo-fi emotional rock. loud and soft and all that shit"

Oh. Dear. God. I don't think I'll ever be able to attend a better concert. It was a fundraiser sponsored by Solo (Bell Canada) for the George Herman House. Darryl had told me it was most likely going to be 'cover night', but I assumed it would just be BSS playing some well known covers. But no. Even better. They had guest performers like Hayden and Sarah Harmer playing with the band. It was absolutely brilliant.

After all that jazz, they had a short interlude and Broken Social Scene came back out and played by themselves. They played everything I had hoped they'd play and more.

Ah, just beautiful.