at first i was like,
but now when i see them i am like,
I’ve been having tons of headaches lately. On the other, perhaps related hand, I’ve been having really crazy dreams lately. I don’t know why. Usually I don’t have dreams (maybe I just don’t remember them). As I used to tell my sister, I usually dream that I’m in a dark room with dark clothes on watching a TV which happens to be turned off. Anyway, these dreams aren’t really nightmare nightmares, but they’re not good dreams. They leave me feeling unsettled and strangely strange when I wake up. What amazes me about these dreams is the amount of detail and development in the plot. Even though nothing makes sense when I wake up, it all seems to flow while I’m in the dream. And you know what? The brain is amazing. For instance, a couple nights ago, I had a dream that I was in school taking a test or something and I happened to glance down and see my microbiology book. In my book was a diagram that I glanced at a few weeks ago before my micro final. It was a list of microorganisms and their medical significance. In my dream, I saw that list in its entirety, word for word. Don’t ask how I know this is so, but it was. I read it and I knew that it was. Incredible, no? This is why I want so badly to be a neurologist. What could be more fascinating than this lump of stuff squished into our skulls? It only does everything.
is ruining my life. Seriously.
Also, a major truth of life: the amount of work will always expand to perfectly fit the amount of time you have. Think about it. If you give yourself 5 hours to do something, it will take 5 hours. At least that’s how my life works. To combat that, I give myself 15 minutes of panicky pre-1st period time to finish all my work. Yes, that does make logical sense.