-Saw The Blair Witch Project for the first time tonight. Gotta say, A. they had no clue what direction south is, and B. I hated the fact that I disliked the characters so much I didn’t care if something bad happened to them. Interesting film, though. I remember when it first came out, and everyone thought it was actual footage of a real tragedy. And, now, I feel old.
-I really enjoy making fun things on my loom. It’s very therapeutic.
-I’ve really been struggling, emotionally, with this whole chronic disease diagnosis. I feel like as soon as I start wrapping my head around it and accepting it, I immediately head back to being angry or sad. The other night, I was laying in bed, and all I could think of is how much it must suck for those people who get diagnosed with something really severe, like cancer. I can’t even begin to imagine what hell their emotions play on them. In some ways, I feel that I’m supposed to be learning empathy through this. I tend to be really guarded, and even when I feel bad for someone and what their going through (especially with disease) I hold back from being there for them. I hope I’m not driving people crazy with my constant writing on here about this whole diabetes thing. I know I’ve been using my entries to process the emotional turmoil I’m going through. Honestly, it’s scary. It’s really scary. I had no idea what people really go through. My heart truly goes out to people who have it way worse. I feel like I barely qualify to be saying, “I’ve got a chronic disease.”
–Mothman Prophecies has got to be one of my all time favorite movies. It’s so freaky, and it’s almost all mental. It doesn’t rely on gore, it relies mostly on the unseen. Is there really anything scarier than what our own imaginations come up with?