Doesn’t it seem like you always get a migraine/headache at the most opportune time?  I’ve noticed that in the last three times Tazz and I have met someone for dinner or lunch, right after we sit down, I get a headache.  I think I have an alter-ego that likes playing these tricks on me.  I usually end up looking like a fool because I am not paying attention or my eye begins to tear up.  I hate being seen as the weaker one or less capable because of the headaches.  I seem to have my share of sick friends so our illnesses wash each others out.

This is my last week at my current position.  I have been utterly bored beyond belief.  My boss was out on vacation all of last week and she assigns work to me.  I had nothing to do from about Tuesday afternoon until Friday.  I ended up leaving early every day because the pain of boredom made it hard to even stay at my desk.  The new job begins next week and then I get Thursday and Friday off.  I cannot wait.

Categories: Headaches

Artin

I'm a 20-something full time geek, part time student and photographer with a life partner, dog, house, and the two cars. I also have an ice pick in my left temple every day.

1 Comment

Josh Michaels · November 18, 2006 at 3:46 PM

Before these dinners, did you worry that you might get a migraine? I’ve found for myself that worrying about or expecting a migraine to come can actually be a trigger that contributes to it happening.

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