People check in, and out of the hotel, except for us. If anything, that made me feel like the twins from the Disney show The Suite Life of Zack and Cody. I’m not complaining, in fact, I’m pretty comfortable staying in here, in the biggest room plan the hotel has. This week has been uneventful, which means more time to game, and that is wonderful. The weather hasn’t been so great, and that made me back off, and stay at home especially after getting sick thanks to the one minute walk to the car in a hot day, where I quickly checked a couple of stores before I felt sick to my stomach. I went to Marshalls, and once you walk in, you see cute Halloween decorations, and figurines. When you actually walk in to middle of the store, you see a mess. All different items get stacked upon each other in an incredibly unorganized way, much like a family throwing together their used, unwanted items on a wooden table in their garage sale (disclaimer, I haven’t been to a garage sale in my life, but I did see it on TV shows).
The other store was Books a Million. A well organized book store, in which they sell Manga, comics, table games, lots of Star Wars merchandise, and obviously books. Most stores have their AC working ever so slightly, which is one of my pet peeves. It’s almost like shopping with a flaming mouth after having chilli pepper, except that the chilli was rubbed into my face, except not really. My lip stitches still hurt a little, but I stayed away from solid food the first 3 days. I should expect them to fall out after a week from the biopsy, which will be in 3 days.
Here’s something funny, I’m pretty nervous about the eye examination more than the lip biopsy. You have no idea how much I hate it when a light is pointed directly to my eyes. It’s like being sent to hell every time a doctor puts some eye drops that burns, and blind my eyes, then beams the deadly laser into my eyes (which occurs more than multiple times during an eye check). I realize that I sound like a kid with en endless imagination, narrating how aliens will conquer the world. Apparently, I’m not the only one who feels this way about light, but those who have Sjogren’s get easily irritated by light, and can’t really go out at night because of street’s, and cars’ lights, and that’s made me relieved.