stardust holiday
chronicles of the chronically (and voluntarily) bedridden

because i can't see past my own nose at the moment.

17 April 2006
wow, strange revelation there:

i've gotten so comfortable/removed/isolated etc during this study, that getting up is the scary part. i don't -really- have any responsibilites while i'm in here. i'm finally settling in for good and they're gearing up for getting me out of bed soon. i am homesick like it's nobody's business, but this has become my new comfort zone, my every day life. it's perfectly natural for me to be laying in bed ALL DAY LONG.

oh boy, so what do i do with this mindset that's kicking in? it's not like i'm NOT get out of bed or anything, but now i have a bit of anxiety about returning to my former everyday life. i haven't been away THAT long, but it will be a little strange going back to the apartment.

blah. should have been asleep HOURS ago.
04:17 :: :: permalink
  • I congratulate you on your dedication to this project. Hope that all turns out well.

    By Anonymous alice, at 10:02  
  • Scary that one can become accustom to about anything and then fear normal life. Wishing you well. Thanks for your help.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 13:52  
  • Erin,

    Let me get this straight. They are actually paying you to not get out of bed for four months? I did that for free one semester when I was in college. But seriously, thanks for your sacrifice in the name of research. Good luck!

    By Blogger Maltboy!, at 16:54  
  • read about your mission on nasawatch. thanks for taking the ride.
    -- mf@arc

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 17:19  
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