Tomorrow is a busy day. I should be doing some of my work that I was going to do tonight right now, but I just don’t feel like it. That and the kitchen is still a bit messy from my cooking for Break the Fast this afternoon. My Chocolate Caramel Nut Cake was a hit. Of course, after the reaction that my dogs gave it as I was walking out the door with it, I wasn’t that surprised.
I have to make the other stuff in the morning when I wake up. Yay! Fun stuff, right? I know now not to sign up for treats duty at FHE when I also have Break the Fast to cook for, since they are basically back to back.
I have a very important appointment tomorrow morning with a headache specialist. That’s right. After twenty four years of headaches, I am actually going to a doctor who specializes in them tomorrow to find out what the crap is wrong with me. Should be interesting. Of course, that appointment will probably take quite a while, so I will definitely have to do the baking in the morning.
So what kind of headaches shall I talk about tomorrow? A variety. There’s the constant tension headaches, the migraines, the TMJ-related ones, and a variety of others that have yet to be explained to me. Did you know that you can have a multitude of headaches at one time? You can! You can also hurt in a variety of places on your body at the same time, despite the myth that doctors try to perpetrate, which tells us that we’re unable of such complex thinking. Apparently, they have never had headaches, stress, and fibromyalgia all at once.
I’ve just discovered place for me to blog to my heart’s content. It’s called BlogHer. I joined about 2 hours ago, and I have already written two blogs for the site. One is about the great and wonderful experience of writing about being crazy online. The other is about being a convert to a religion that is highly misunderstood by even the most “enlightened” people in the world. I’m hoping to expand on them as I go on throughout time.
Did anyone notice that I have, in fact, gone against what I was going to do and have added the FlickrRSS feed on my sidebar? I’m also planning on a major overhaul on the site design. It should look nice, and different. No more celebrity looks, I promise. I’m done with that. I think I’m too old to have a Britney layout on my site. I mean, after the age of twenty four, I think that I should probably focus on more personal layouts. Things that mean something to me. Or at least don’t look like something that someone half my age would put on their site. Does that make sense?
Of course, you all know me so well, so you know that there is a great possibility that the major overhaul that I have planned will go through the great process of being looked at, adored, then totally discarded because my major happy feeling that is currently going on has gone away. It hasn’t left yet, and I’m hoping it won’t leave by Tuesday. That’s when I hope to unveil the new look. If I haven’t done it by then, it probably isn’t going to happen, so keep an eye out, but don’t pester me about it.
I added a comment this evening to the site, which was probably spam, but it seemed to fit with what the post it was in response to was talking about. It was about how the person agreed with me about Sarah Palin. That’s a good thing, even if it’s spam. A spambot agreeing with me that she is unfit *INSERT EXPLETIVES HERE* is better than having no one agree with me.
Does anyone know what happened to Marie of girl-interrupted.net? Her site disappeared, which I knew it was supposed to do, but I didn’t know if she had a new site yet or not. If she does, could someone let me know what it is? I didn’t always comment on there, but I loved reading about it, because I felt like she could understand stuff about my life that some people online and off just can’t.
I think I’ve become addicted to Flickr. Is that possible? I’ve been trying to make self-portraits and ones that aren’t self-portraits that are good enough to do well in the 365 groups. I would love to be able to one day be on Explore, but apparently, though my photographing is good enough for the praise of my friends, who apparently like to use my photos as their profile pictures, it is not good enough to pique the interest of the people who use Flickr. Sad, huh?
I hope the Twilight books come tomorrow. Of course, I hope they come while I’m here and not while one of my parents is at home. If they’re here, they’ll start wondering if I’m spending too much, and I really do not want to have that conversation.
I hate the fact that, though I’m 24 years old, I am about as trusted as a five year old when it comes to money and life decisions. I know that I’m crazy, but that’s pretty common place in my family. I don’t think it’s fair that I get singled out because I overdrafted my account a few years ago by buying all those Beanie Babies. I know it was a stupid thing to do, but isn’t it possible that I have learned from my mistakes? Isn’t it possible that while I am being referred to as a grown up in one sentence, that is possible for me to be talked about like I’m a grown up in another? Why is it okay for my parents to sit back and say, “Oh, she’ll never be good with money” when sometimes I feel like I’m the most responsible person in the house? Shouldn’t my responsible side count for anything?