Jan. 2nd, 2012


Jan. 2nd, 2012 12:43 am
zfreelance: (Drunk)
It occurs to me that there has been extended radio silence on this journal for all of a week or so. That will not do at all.

Please excuse any weird typos, as my usual hipster machine has henceforth decided that Windows was too mainstream and was not going to boot, anymore.

I have been sitting around, doing a whole lot of nothing for the latter half of December, which was just fine by me. I've done a lot of reading and a lot of video games. I beat Assassin's Creed in less than 24 hours, and have gotten far enough into Assassin's Creed II to know that Ezio is a bag of tools and Leonardo da Vici is so in love with him, it is fucking painful. AND IT'S NOT SUBTLE, EITHER. Ezio bangs a girl in the first ten minutes of the game, and you're trying to tell me that he is so deaf, dumb, and blind that he cannot miss the UST/MAD HERO WORSHIP Leonard throws at him at every possible opportunity?! I DO NOT THINK SO.

Then again, this guy is just enough of a tool to do exactly that. Which is why fangirls write slash.

Hey, SOMEONE has to restore balance to the universe, okay?

In other news, I have found out that I will most likely need shoulder surgery in the next few months. My shoulder has the bad habit of sliding out of socket whenever I try to do anything strange with it. Like lifting a box, or doing a handstand. Or stretching while lying prone in my bed.

I had this issue when I was younger, but my doctor said that it was because I had loose ligaments, which would tighten as I grew. They did, but years later the problem has reemerged, rendering the arm next to useless.

I don't know for sure if surgery is what is going to happen, but the bottom line is that I need my arm for, well, everything, and right now I cannot use it. I have an appointment with a surgeon later this month, where I'm hoping that I can get a definitive answer. But more than that, I'm hoping that I can get the guy to schedule any surgery I might need for the summer. The recovery for an arthroscopic procedure is 6 weeks, and without my dominant hand, I would not be able to function in my classes, let alone in my job.

So. In conclusion, Dino Yacht Club.


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