Oh my GOD, what an incredibly sucky day.
I woke up dizzy. And I don't mean dizzy as in slightly fuzzy eyesight and tired stumbling, I'm talking about THE WORLD IS ON ITS FUCKING SIDE dizzy.
Mom was freaking. Unfortunately, since I had a test in chemistry first period (and there was no fucking way in hell I was going to use up my one bloody study in the whole rotation), I insisted on going to school (have to be really fucked up at this point).
Okay. Think I only screwed up two easy questions. (Luckily Mom got my subscription filled for my ADHD meds, so hopefully I'll be able to concentrate better.)
English, in class writing assignment. It's not fun at all when you're staring at your paper and everything tilts even though you KNOW your head's still straight. Fucking hell, three paragraphs in twenty minutes is pretty damn lacking for me.
Third period, in basement. Dizziness increases liek woah. Give up, ask for a pass, and make my way slowly to the nurse's office so I don't trip over my own feet. Took me fives minutes to get to a place normally barely a 60-second walk away.
So. Nurses are concerned, they call Mom, she'll be able to show up at around 11:30 due to a doctor's appointment or somesuch.
Okay. I'll lay down for the rest of third, go to band, ask to sit out, then go back to the nurse's office. Simple.
Okay, third period ends. I get up, walk out to the little entry way, and the world doesn't just fucking spin, it turns bloody upside down. One of the nurses asks me to see if I'm okay (at this point she's grabbed onto my elbow before I could fall), and it takes me a few minutes to respond because I can't even remember my own fucking name, my head's so fucked up. (It wasn't until later that I'd remembered that The Crush was in the nurse's office and how fucking mortifying is that?)
Ugh. So. I sleep through all of fourth period. I wake up, and the world isn't as topsy-turvy as it once was, so I trudge up to my locker to get my stuff. When I get back to the office, Mom's there, so I just drop my head to her shoulder and take a quick nap. She practically carried me out of school.
When we got home, I slept for another hour and then entertained myself by watching Myster Science Theater 3000: The Movie on the Sundance Channel. Ain't nothing makes a girl feel better than hearing Tom and Crow jeer at Mike: "Mike broke the Hubble, Mike broke the Hubble!" And then chanting as they riff the movie: "Normal view! Normal View! NORMAL VIEW! NOOORMAAALL VIIIEEEWWW!"
Yays for geek love.
Going to go zonk again. Ja.