January 15, 2018
Am I an asshole? I think I am. I can’t help myself. My boyfriend has been complaining about his job endlessly and today, I didn’t let him vent to me. I actually attacked him verbally. I know I shouldn’t have and the whole time I’m thinking, “Hunida, you’re being a dick” but the rudeness just flows out of my mouth. On Facebook, a girl I used to work with got her new car broken into and she writes on her status “ugh people just never want to see other people doing better than them” and I wrote “girl, it was probably someone who doesn’t even know you” which is probably true but it wasn’t nice of me to comment and knock on someone who’s already down.
What is wrong with me?
I finished reading Turtles All The Way Down (look out for My Favorites Quotes From… that book coming out very soon!). I started reading Emma in the Night. So far, so good.
Yesterday, we kind of skipped Sushi Sunday by going to this new Chinese buffet, that we drove past earlier in the week, instead. They did have some sushi offerings there though and of course we had to try ’em. I only tried the salmon sashimi, which wasn’t so bad but def not as good as Sushi Neko, lol.
The buffet was fairly small so we didn’t spend too much time there.
My dizziness is very faint now. I tried this different exercise I found on YouTube today. I think it made me a li’l better but I also was kind of already getting better.
I’ll try to work tomorrow and just hope it doesn’t come back!!
Last night, I pretty much read all night. I kinda wanna do the same today. Boyfriend didn’t get home til like 8p because he worked the night shift today. He came and picked me up so we could go to the dispensary together–we have nowhere else to go today and I wanted to test my dizziness outside of the house once. It seemed even better when I was out and about!
We’re smoking a blunt now and then boyfriend’s gonna make dinner. It’s already 10p and neither of us have ate anything all day!!
I should’ve had a snack while he was at work but I was busy looking up, watching, and reading others’ experiences with BPPV all day.