Monday, May 17, 2010


How in the world did I get those aching red blotches on the back of my knees?! My scalp!? My left ear!?

Well, this past weekend my practices started. It was brutally hot outside. I mean I rarely get sunburned. It's really uncomforatble, not only that but all the falls and rolls had made my body remember where they hurt the most because they become the toughest part on my body. But I think I've progressed. I'm sure. I hope.

Well, I hope I don't peel. No scratch that. I think peeling is okay. I don't want my skin to be scarred like my mother's. Her skin is really sensitive that she's gotten marks on her face from the sun.

Blogs are silly.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Orange Snot

So recently I had gotten sick. I'm not sure how I caught it but it just seems to be the common cold I guess. I went by the first day with just a sore throat, it's not really sore by it's what I can classify it as. A stuffing nose followed, one nostril, weird. My significant other gave me medicine that opens your sinuses. It worked for the most part but now I have this snot that needs to go somewhere, lol.

But anyways, lemme tell you about what just happen and currently happening to my body. BUT FIRST, some background information: I'm am playing Roll, from Megaman, in a a show called Star Party at an anime convention by name of Metrocon! Be sure to go. Go go go. Yes, I'm advertising it. So I just woke up from a dream where I was Roll and I was clean up this parking garage and every so often I would have t fight bad guys. I kept running away from them cause I fail at fighting. I don't remember what made me wake up but I woke up with a racing heart. I looked it up and got

"This rapid heart rate may be in response to adrenalin suring a dream that you have had and that things were exacerbated the more your worried about the symptoms. "

It might have been adrenalin from the dream? I dunno. This has never happened to me before. I do know that I feel extremely weak. I also looked up and foung that it could be possible heart disease but I recently went to the doctor and he told me I was healthy as a horse with an athlete's standards. My heart rate is slowing down a bit, but I still feel shaky all over. I already tried multiple times laying down and taking deep breaths but nothing.

I unno. I'm sure it'll go away, I just hope it doesn't happen again...