Embracing any sort of change for me elicits a lot of emotions, that lies dormant most of the time. I throw temper tantrums like a 4 year old and functionally shut off for a couple of days till I figure out what the hell is going on. It’s not the irrational fear of getting out of my comfort zone but the constant trauma and uncertainty of the unknown future that scares me the most.
I just moved into a new house, my room is smaller than it used to be but that’s okay an adequate looking luminous space to place all my junk is only what I care for the time being.
I also got my eyes checked and was informed by the doc that I needed to wear glasses for the slightly impaired eyes. That’s when I freaked out…a bit. Even though I was assured by the doc that I only need to wear it for like 6 months to heal the prolong migraine attacks but my friends say that’s how it “usually starts”, thanks guys for making me feel totally normal.
I went to 5 stores in 2 different locations to find a proper frame I liked but sadly the one I really liked wasn’t in the color I wanted and finally settled for this one. Why do I have to be blinded by the fog for a legit 5 seconds every time I leave the ac room?