I’m very glad today is Friday.  Not only is it Friday, it’s bowling league Friday and pay day Friday!

I went to dinner last night with a few coworkers and our gaggle of customers.  We ended up going to a bad part of town to a place that had the supposed “best steak in the city.”  I had Tazz drop me off at the place just because I didn’t trust the car would have windows or not after.  It really wasn’t that bad of an area; it’s just outside of my comfort zone for familiarity.  Anyway, the dinner went well but it was a table of 10 men including myself and 90% of the conversation was centered around football.  I think even if I was straight I would find more interesting topics of discussion.  I brought up stuff like holiday traditions, etc so I did add to the conversation.  I brought home half of a $36 New York Strip for Tazz so he was overjoyed.  I figured I blew off the last customer/employer-paid dinner so I should go now.
This weekend is my friend Stacy’s birthday and housewarming party.  I’m very excited.  We haven’t done much social interaction the past few weeks other than Christmas.  We’re blowing off a holiday party on the 26th and spending the whole weekend +1 day in Minnesota.  we’re going to the Mall of America and there is a big Native American casino up there too.  It should be fun – we got a suite for cheap!

The headaches have continued to be every day.  I think I’ve reached a point that I’m numb about them.  Is that weird?  Is there a point at which you just accept it and stop trying to fix it??

Categories: Headaches


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.


ErinM · January 12, 2007 at 8:04 PM

To answer your last questions… yes. I’ve pretty much just learned to ignore mine. Works quite well!

Have fun at the Mall of America. I went there once and didn’t even get through the first floor! I was distracted by the roller coasters.

Jen · January 16, 2007 at 6:30 PM

“Is there a point at which you just accept it and stop trying to fix it??”

I guess my feeling is yes, and no. Yes to the first about accepting them, but no to stopping trying to fix them. I’d like to think that I can still do what is within my power to keep them under control as best as I can. Can we accept without giving up? I don’t know. I know Id like to make peace with the whole thing, in some way.

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