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[Jun. 16th, 2004|06:27 pm]
[emotional state |exhaustedexhausted]

woke up from a nap. or rather, my mother woke my ass up from a nap. it hurts in a thousand places. my brain is a little less foggy than when i fell asleep. even the nap wasn't quite restful. saturday i plan on staying in bed all day with Darxus. I have things planned on Friday, Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday (all public-ish events, check previouse entries for details) so i don't do that the entire week. i think i'm not-depressed enough to call people when i need to, and to be left by myself otherwise. I plan on being very clingy to my boy for a while though, so if you want to see me, it might be with him, if i'm feeling up to it at all outside of those events. i have lots of logistical life-stuff to figure out as well.

i feel like i'm going to throw up.

i better start sleeping again once i'm back in mass, otherwise, i'll have to start drinking or something at night. hell, i would have been doing that here, if i could have found the smirnoff ice twist thingy's, but NoVa sucks.

[User Picture]From: water_childe
2004-06-16 05:16 pm (UTC)

Give yourself some time.

Having anyone you're close to die can be a major upset your sleep patterns and such. My best suggestion would be to take it easy for the first week or two after coming home. Don't make too many demands or commitments for yourself. Make a list of the things you mean to accomplish and perhaps set a time table. dr_memory said to me recently that he sees me as the sort of person who always lands on her feet, despite being walloped by the unexpected. That sure put a smile on my face. All the work I've put myself through to deal better with my emotions must have done something. I think you might be that sort of person too. Do what you need in terms of ciggies and alchohol in small amounts as your 'emotional panacea'. Just don't let it get out of hand and become a crutch. I know you won't. I hope you trip home is uneventful. It will be good to see you again. *hugs* You've been missed.
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