Monday, December 29, 2008


pmSo this past week has been an interesting one. I went to my friends wedding with a date. I was so happy! Haha. But later that night I went to a Hockey game with my cousins. They live in Utah and San Deigo so I rarely see them.
At the game, a couple of my friends came and sat with them. I was going to be sitting father up and to the side more because my friend, John, was coming and I didn't want to feed him to the fishes too soon.
Eventually though, I had him join my family and such. It wasn't what I expected from them though. I was shocked. I was expecting them to ask him embaressing questions, or making him blush and such, but no. It was torwards me.
I understand that I should take the medication that the doctor subscribed to me, that the worst that could happen is dying (highly not likely but still, hypothetically), but just going is freaking me out.
I love my family, without them I wouldn't be able to take a joke, but I know they care and I'm taking it into alot of consideration.

1 comment:

HollySomm said...

It really sucks being the butt of all jokes huh? Expecially with Epilepsy. A lot of people make fun of us for it because they think that there is something funny about it. People make fun of me all the time because I still haven't seen all of Jurassic Park ever since it threw me into a seizure...a really long time ago. They don't realize how serious it is until its happening right in front of them.
A lot of people are ignorant towards the situation and you have to realize that its not their fault...nobody really knows what is really going on. Instead of getting mad you do just have to be able to laugh along with them. I'm glad that you are one who can take a joke. It will make things a lot less stressful.

On a side note, "For with God nothing shall be impossible." St. Luke 1:37
This scripture gets me through a lot of days!