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April 8th, 2003

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02:16 am - and we will never sever
ATTN: if you have posted anything i should see in the past month or so, let me know. i do not have the inclination to catch up on how far behidn i am

i had a good time at lunch today. people were nice to talk to. friends are neat-o, even when i'm sad and paranoid.

oh yeah, when i got back last night, in a deathly mood, i found a birthday note left on my desk from julie. thanks julie! that cheered me up a lot

had an eye apointment today, i am not a fan of those. but appraently im not going extra blind so thats good to hear. he has a new glaucoma testing machine, so instead of slowly prodding my eye, he can quickly poke it with a whirring stick that sounds like it's drilling. that freaked me the hell out. i dont like having things stuck in my eyes. i also dont like the novacaine drops, but theyre better than feeling it i suppose. right before he poked, he says to me "now i want you to stare straight ahead and breathe normally, you shoudlnt feel anything. and if you do feel anything.... then just breathe normally." i was like, oh okay thanks i'll do that please dont stab my eyes out

King Nixon (11:26:39 PM): whats wrong with us kitty
heartsarefire (11:26:51 PM): we're sad but we dont do anything about it
King Nixon (11:27:14 PM): ive tried to do things and they didnt work
heartsarefire (11:27:29 PM): yeah same here

i guess that's all there is to say
state: i just listened to this song like 10 times
np: Primitive Radio Gods-Ghost of a Chance

(16 shots upside the head | en garde!)


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Date:April 9th, 2003 01:34 am (UTC)
better advice would be, "and if you feel something, slowly move your head back instead of very quickly plunging it forward, as that will impale your eyes".

on the bright side, if you stabbed your eyes out, you wouldn't have to worry about glaucoma testing.

i believe princess has glaucoma, though that's fairly normal for an old dog. she also has arthritis, so she gets meds for it now. it's liquid that tastes like chicken. you feed it to her by soaking bread in it. now's that is a lot more genis than hiding pills in cheese. princess usually ate those, but max would always eat the cheese and leave the pill on the floor. sometimes she'd bat it around the room. i don't think it works that way.
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Date:April 9th, 2003 06:34 am (UTC)
we wrap moki's pills in beef. she doesn't actually chew so it works.

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