December 8th, 2003

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Oh no. -_- Not good.

My stomach feels painfully empty (I haven't eaten since yesterday afternoon) and my head feels like it has a constant dull pressure on it. I also feel very sluggish and thoughtless. Earlier, before the psychology final, I had a pain right in the center of my chest where the ribs part. My mom gave me some Oreganol stuff to put where it hurt, and I slept up until class started. It was gone then, but I get the feeling it could come back at any minute.

I'm drinking some chicken brooth (food doesn't look appealing at all. In fact, it looks repulsive) and writing this entry. I want to go back to sleep, but know I can't until I get those two English compositions rewritten for tonight's class. They seem like such easy papers, if only I could focus on their subject long enough to finish them.

I hope all this is just stress but it could be something much more serious. I'll risk it for now, but if it continues after Wednesday night math class (95% of stress gone) I'll be considering it something much more serious.
  • Current Music
    "Say The Word" by Christy Carlson Romano
Ctrl+Alt+Del - Scott & Ted

Play Review

I had to see and write a review of a play for theatre class. I saw one yesterday afternoon and am deciding to post the review here. Enjoy.

When you think of a play, what do you see? Most people probably think of a stage, actors, scenery, props, the usual. "Our Town" by Thornton Wilder and put on by the LSU Theatre Department is one play that differs from the traditional play we think of today. It will challenge your imagination and put a new perspective on life.

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  • Current Music
    "Say You Will" by Fleetwood Mac