Fire and Ice

Wednesday, June 16, 2004

Fire and Ice, thats what its felt or feels like when its full blown. Fire on the face, covered with one icepack on the eye and one laying on the back of the neck. Icepacks on injuries used to feel nice. I dread them now. I'll end up with frost bite. I feel the hot-stab through my eye and make my way to the freezer. Maybe chopping my head off and leaving it in there would be a better idea. 2 birds with one stone. Saves the pacing anyways.
Since my last dr.'s appt I've dropped 10 pounds. How the hell is that possible? I have no meat on me! or fat for that matter. Time to pig out and store up for my next attack. It'll be my summer goal. To gain 20 pds. Then I'll be back to my 'normal' weight. Hooray for me(sarcasm city). Night All

What a distressing contrast there is between the radiant intelligence of the child and the feeble mentality of the average adult. - Sigmund Freud



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