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07 May 2007 @ 11:45 am
It's been a while, my lovelies. Mostly due to stress, and slackness, so y'know.

21st was good. It had its issues but you were all there, so no need to go over that again. Thank you so much for all my lovely pressies! Glenn, my mum thinks the teacups are gorgeous.

Mostly I justed wanted to say thank you, and point out that I'm still alive, and getting my life sorted. I have these goal-type things that are just freaking me out, man.

AND in the most exciting news of the day, PostSecret has actually helped me with something. I use to (sometimes still do) bang my head on the pillow before I went to sleep, and I know a couple of other people that do it. Check it out, it's called "Rhythmic Movement Disorder". In less fantastic news, it's associated with autism. Which would make me lol, if I believed in that verb. Combine this with my tactile defensiveness and I'm just the next Rain Man, aren't I?


Be well :)
Deadgirl Superstar: o rl'yehjinx_victim on May 7th, 2007 02:54 am (UTC)
Oh Emm Gee, this is sooo trippy. You see, just a day or two ago, literally, I was thinking about goals and stuff. Because I didn't really have any, just vague sorts of things. And I was thinking "I hated having goals, because when they failed I felt stink. But having no goals doesn't work either, I don't feel particularly better for it."

So I came up with this solution, which is the best solution ever. The idea is to come up with a goal SO INSANELY DIFFICULT to achieve that you'd never expect, ever ever in a million years, to actually achieve it. So you work towards it, right, and everything you achieve is almost like a bonus. You're like "whoo! one step closer to my impossible goal!" but when you don't achieve it, you don't angst about it because hey, you were never going to reach that goal. Ever. And on the off chance, like one in a quadrillion, that you DO achieve it, well, you'll squee until your brains come out your ears.

Wanna know my Impossible Goal? To be the Poet Laureate to the royal family. (You may laugh.) My scheme is brilliant! Brilliant I say! Bwahahahaa! (Any and all flaws in The Solution can be ignored. Because I like it. It amuses me.)
foranewwavelook on May 7th, 2007 08:32 am (UTC)
re: teacups, oh good, hope she isn't going to steal them :P hope you like them too!

"Although this has not been proven by research, there is a possibility that this disorder may lead to another disorder, restless leg syndrome" - sleepdisorders.about.com (opens up a whole plethora of other issues :P which i won't hazard to think of at this time).

ain't autism the place to be for developmental issues? :) reading about autism and asbergers on wikipedia it annoys me how much importance people give to the the abnormality of the brain, and not to the abnormalities of the modern condition, i myself have been tentatively diagnosed with aspergers and i have a somewhat romantic idea that some forms of autism are like a resistance (at least for me) to the harsher lines and controls of the world, the constant changes we have to make to fit in with a world order of behaviour and interaction that just doesn't 'feel' right. can you tell i'm going to the writing something post structualist soon? :P
Veni, Vidi, Vargasostia_pyrosis on May 7th, 2007 10:26 am (UTC)
Happy Birthday! I am sorry I couldnt make it *hugs*
peroxide_melperoxide_mel on May 17th, 2007 10:55 am (UTC)
hey missus! can you email me your postal address so that I can send you my invite.. in failing that I may have to stalk you at Shorecity... I'm glad you had fun at your 21st. I'm really sorry I missed it! and I swear on other people's graves I'll make it up to you!!! xoxox