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oh woe. 
12th-Feb-2009 11:54 pm
Reading week for me starts tomorrow at 1pm basically. I don't listen in that class anyways, but still. I have to be up for it.

But is it sad I am not looking forward to everyone coming home? All it causes is for me to feel left out, stupid and alone back in this shit hole of a town I live in. When I'm at school, it's all new people, all people that don't come with the kingston label. They are people I am not stuck with for life. Kingston is sticking to me. I hate it.

Like, it starts today. We make plans, they get canceled. Now it's like midnight and I'm hearing talk of plans made 2 hours ago I was not told of and now I have plans with my housemates and our mutual friends so we can have a girls night. Well, thats fine. I'd rather be home with them. I'm just sick of this last minute stuff, like I have nothing better to do.

I like going to classes becasue I have people in them, plus I've met like 8 people this month alone- so it's always new and refreshing.

Classes and my epsiodes are getting closer and closer together meaning I am feeling awful most of the class and am not concentrating. And I'm not sleeping well still, so.

Plus, I had a test today and I had like huge issues with a friend of mine last night and I was just blown away. No drama, just stuff.

But I'm sick of drama! It's suppose to go away! But it's not.

Oh well, I'm glad I leave for toronto Tuesday and I have huge stuff due the weeks I get back, so I probably won't be out much. Just to toronto.

I'll have to find a way to cope- espically when summer comes. Ahh...

Ps. I have my 1st hospital appointment with the neurologist on the 25th. I'm so excited I could die.
24th-Feb-2009 11:49 pm (UTC)
I totally feel the same way about last minute plans like that, but I wasn't home for reading week.
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