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Feyliya
Posted on: Aug 17 2006, 08:19 PM


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Sunday night while I was passed out with the flu, Randy got very, very depressed and drank a ton of alcohol and took a large overdose of Benadryl. Then the police and fire department came over. Randy didn't answer the door and I was knocked flat out and didn't answer, either, so they broke right in. They talked to Randy for a while, and talked to me, and both they and I thought that Randy was just drunk, so the medics left. About 8 minutes later, Randy started acting very funny. I talked to him and finally got him to admit that he'd taken something, though he wouldn't tell me what. I called the paramedics back and got them to come out again. They took him away and hooked him up to a ton of IVs to flush out his system.

Right now Randy's in the hospital. Apparently it's the best hospital in the country for attempted suicide patients, so he's in good hands. He's voluntarily signed himself into an in-patient treatment program at the hospital. He'll go into out-patient treatment when he's done with that. He's cooperating and feeling very, very guilty about what happened. The doctors have him on antidepressants and going to therapy and he's making good progress. With any hope he'll be in out-patient treatment in a week or two. I just want him well and home, and I want it in that order.

As for me, I'm staying with my aunt until the apartment complex fixes my door. The fire department broke both the deadbolt and the door handle when they came in, so it can't be secured properly. My uncle attached something to the outside of the door so I can padlock the apartment while I'm gone, but I can't lock it from the inside so I can't stay. Apparently the door is very expensive and a custom job. The carpenter is working on it now, but he has to buy the door, cut it to the right size, cut all the proper holes in it, paint it, prime it, order and pick up the (expensive) deadbolt and doorknob, attach them, and hang the door itself. With luck it will be done tomorrow, but I'm not holding my breath. Bye bye security deposit (and probably even more than that because the door really is very expensive).

Right now I'm working on paying the (late) rent. Thank goodness for my grandparents. They're paying it off immediately with the only stipulation being that I get a job this week. I'm working on that today and as soon as I finish this post I will be changing into some good clothes and heading out to drop off resumes and applications. It looks like the hospital bill will be taken care of by the state since we don't have insurance and are pretty broke. If not, gods know what I'm going to do because I don't want to borrow from my grandparents forever. Hopefully Randy's medication will get covered once he's out of treatment. Antidepressants aren't cheap.

I don't really know how I feel right now. I'm still a bit in shock over everything, though I'm better now than I was Monday. (Monday morning I was so bad that I flooded my aunt's bathroom because I didn't realize that the shower curtain wasn't inside the shower). I've been so busy dealing with crises that I haven't really had time to let it all sink in. I was hyperventilating when I called the paramedics and my mother, but I haven't had any hysterics since. I suspect that I have a breakdown or two due me in the next couple of weeks. I'm trying to save them for when I'm at home because I really hate crying and I want to be alone.

The hospital is just a few blocks from where Randy and I live, so I can walk to see him once I'm back in the apartment. There's a free shuttle between my aunt's workplace and the hospital as well, so I've been riding with her to work then taking that to visit.

Updates will be sporadic, but I'll do the best I can. My aunt only has dial-up and I'm trying to not tie up her phone too much. And I can't spend much time on the net here because I've got people calling to schedule interviews (or at least I hope I will soon).

Hugs to all you guys.
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Feyliya
Posted on: Aug 10 2006, 12:09 PM


It's not junk in the trunk, it's precious cargo.
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It's very folk artsy. I like it, and I'm sure Daria will love it. biggrin.gif
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Feyliya
Posted on: Aug 7 2006, 09:19 AM


It's not junk in the trunk, it's precious cargo.
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http://www.talksexwithsue.com/jelqing.html

A friend does it. I looked it up 'cause I had no clue what it is and it didn't sound safe.
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Feyliya
Posted on: Aug 6 2006, 06:52 AM


It's not junk in the trunk, it's precious cargo.
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Black satin panties and a blue stretchy sports bra. I'd just be in the panties, but my breasts have gotten to the point where they make me hurt too much for them to go un-supported. I need breast reduction surgery, and I need it soon. sad.gif
  Forum: Daily life · Post Preview: #340371 · Replies: 1434 · Views: 191,313

Feyliya
Posted on: Aug 2 2006, 10:39 PM


It's not junk in the trunk, it's precious cargo.
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Ah yes, I remember my noobly days. I spent a week or two posting poetry in the poetry thread (I should dig that up some time....) before I made my introductions thread and decided to stick around. There was a brief flurry of activity on the thread as people welcomed me, but then it just died. I think it got about 5 posts total, including my own. Hinsley offered to be my noob-mother, but she pretty much ignored me from then on and about a month or two later she quit posting completely. The poetry thread was pretty much what kept me on here, it was pretty rare that someone responded to my posts.

I remember feeling accepted when there was a giant poll and I was chosen as forum poet. Not that I agreed with the results, I voted for Missy.

I, too, remember the forums when it was just one giant posting section. I joined about a week before the amazing (and talented) wearers-of-the-moddy-pants started moving threads about into new sections. It was quite a confusing time.

I remember Debaser. I talked to him a couple of times on IRC, and we chatted once or twice on messenger when we were the only ones on Matazone. I remember feeling like I'd been socked in the gut when I came back after a long hiatus and Candice told me he was gone.

I remember NummyNums and the Incident. I hope she's grown out of attention seeking.

I remember Cheese, Leo, and Elf. I still worry about Elf sometimes.

It's been a long three years. So much has changed, in my life and the forums. It's nice to look back and remember.
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Feyliya
Posted on: Aug 2 2006, 10:35 AM


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Even though I've missed every e-wedding I've ever been invited to, I might be able to smack myself into remembering to show up for something of this sort. Would deffinitely be cool.

Hey, you know we'll all get drunk (at least, the majority of the forumites will, 'cause it's a Matameet, and from what I understand that's the norm), but we'll all be at home when we crash. Good idea!
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Feyliya
Posted on: Aug 2 2006, 10:29 AM


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QUOTE (trunks_girl26 @ Aug 1 2006, 08:02 PM) *
QUOTE (Felander @ Jul 27 2006, 05:54 AM) *

I hate all musicals with a passion.


Tsk, tsk.

You're missing out on so much fun! I've one you might even like. It's a little thing called Avenue Q smile.gif


The internet is for porn, the internet is for porn. Why you think the net was born? Porn! Porn! Porn!
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Feyliya
Posted on: Aug 1 2006, 11:45 PM


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I DMed my first D&D game last night. We're playing online so Calantyr's brother, Laz, a couple of friends of mine from South Carolina, and Randy can all play together. It went rather well.
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Feyliya
Posted on: Jul 26 2006, 04:40 AM


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We should look after the people who were here first. Deffinitely.

I honestly think that people shouldn't be able to have more than 3 biological children. If they want more, they should have to adopt. But that would happen only in a perfect world.
  Forum: The Issues Forum · Post Preview: #339874 · Replies: 14 · Views: 4,834

Feyliya
Posted on: Jul 15 2006, 04:08 AM


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I had to have 8 adult molars removed to have my braces put on. I have a REALLY small jaw and my teeth were REALLY crowded. I also had to have all of my wisdom teeth removed. And that's just the most recent teeth I've had out.

Three quarters of my baby teeth were taken out by my dentist, albeit one at a time. I just didn't have enough room for everything to be there at once, so as my molars and adult teeth came in, he would pull out an old tooth or two. But until I had those 8 molars removed, the most teeth I'd had taken out at once was 4 (two adult teeth came in at the same time and my dentist yanked the two baby teeth on top).
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Feyliya
Posted on: Jul 15 2006, 03:56 AM


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Holy thread necromancy, Batman!

/spam
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Feyliya
Posted on: Jul 11 2006, 04:14 AM


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Always, always, ALWAYS get at least 6 hours of sleep before every school day. Eight hours is the ideal, but get 6 at the minimum. An occasional (maybe once a month) spree of staying up is fine, but still get more than 4 hours. If you don't do this, you can REALLY f**k yourself up. Believe me here, I know what I'm talking about from personal experience.

[Language! - Mata]
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Feyliya
Posted on: Jul 7 2006, 11:57 AM


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It's almost 5 AM here and I still haven't slept (a situation which I will rectify as soon as I finish this post). Let's hear it for 14 hour D&D sessions!
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Feyliya
Posted on: Jul 6 2006, 12:33 AM


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I would pay for that. Seriously. You've got some awesome talent.
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Feyliya
Posted on: Jul 6 2006, 12:28 AM


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Everyone's already said all the social stuff. Here's what I suggest to improve your school work. Start consciously trying to capitalize things correctly, use proper punctuation, and spell words the right way. Start doing it on everything you do on the computer: instant messaging, emails, forum posts, everything. Use Spellcheck.net to make sure you have everything the way it should be.

It may take you some time to start getting things right at first, and it may seem like a pain, but once it's a habit you will start to see the results. Your teachers will enjoy reading the papers you turn in (and give you better marks), others will respect you more, and you will seem more mature.
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Feyliya
Posted on: Jul 5 2006, 08:10 PM


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Thanks, ya'll. I wub.gif you guys.

I ended up spending the night labeling and filing the books on our D&D server. Not exactly fun, but it had to be done. I skipped the fireworks because I don't like them as much when I'm not setting them off, and I don't really like crowds.

Woke Randy up bright and early today with repeated loud alarms. We're going to go out to eat today instead. Then we'll watch Superman Returns.

I should be used to celebrating things a day late by now. Randy ALWAYS stays up too late playing computer games, then begs off on whatever we're doing that day. Last year he tried to skip Thanksgiving dinner at my aunt's house because he was too tired. I just dressed him myself, hog-tied him, and carried him out the door to the bus. (Okay, not really, I just bugged him until he realized that I wasn't giving up and he finally moved.)
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Feyliya
Posted on: Jul 5 2006, 02:41 AM


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Well Randy and I were GOING to have a nice dinner out today, but then Randy stayed up all night playing WoW and passed out an hour before we were supposed to be getting up and getting dressed for said dinner. So now we're just sitting at home, doing nothing, and eating whatever we can scrounge because I had planned on grocery shopping tomorrow (don't need to today, we're eating out, right?) and the pizza place up the street isn't open. Top it off with the fact that my computer keeps crashing and Randy keeps laughing at it and doesn't know how to fix it, I can't play ANYTHING on my computer because of the crashing so I have nothing to do, and meanwhile Randy's back on WoW completely ignoring me.

Happy f*cking 4th of July, everyone. I'm having soooo much fun on mine.

/rant
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Feyliya
Posted on: Jul 1 2006, 12:46 AM


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QUOTE (candice @ Jun 30 2006, 08:41 AM) *
QUOTE (Feyliya @ Jun 30 2006, 04:55 AM) *

If you do this again next year, you could invite me. I DO live in Seattle, after all. tongue.gif

I won't live in Oregon next year, though. tongue.gif It was kind of a spur of the moment thing, mostly inspired by believe and I thinking we should actually meet since we live in the same state.

Plus it was at my parents' house, and I didn't want to overwhelm them with a ton of forumites.

Hence why I said "if". tongue.gif
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Feyliya
Posted on: Jun 30 2006, 11:55 AM


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If you do this again next year, you could invite me. I DO live in Seattle, after all. tongue.gif
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Feyliya
Posted on: Jun 27 2006, 05:03 AM


It's not junk in the trunk, it's precious cargo.
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Sort of. Except that I doubt you burn your drawers in effigy on a regular basis.
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Feyliya
Posted on: Jun 26 2006, 09:11 PM


It's not junk in the trunk, it's precious cargo.
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Good choice, that. My grudges are sacred to me.
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Feyliya
Posted on: Jun 21 2006, 03:59 AM


It's not junk in the trunk, it's precious cargo.
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Lots of wonderfully whiney country music on Pandora. Stuff I haven't heard since I was a little little kid. Nothing like country music when you're feeling down in an abstract sort of way.
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Feyliya
Posted on: Jun 21 2006, 12:20 AM


It's not junk in the trunk, it's precious cargo.
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My ruler is currently MIA (I believe it snuck down to Tijuana for an extended vacation after I used it to measure naughty things a few months ago), but eyeballing my leg both Randy and I agree that my leg hair is approximately 1 cm long. So I am henceforth defeated by Lolo the Mighty.

It's gotta be the moddy pants that did it. Just look at Fuzzy. :: noddles ::
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Feyliya
Posted on: Jun 20 2006, 07:47 PM


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http://www.zestuff.com/product.php?productid=82&cat=6&page=1

Linked that to Cal's brother Laz a little while ago. We were talking about mining in Eve and I told him he should mine for fish.
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Feyliya
Posted on: Jun 19 2006, 10:03 PM


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Rose: Our GM isn't doing anything this week, so we're going to have an extra D&D session!

Rose: We're doing the extra game on Wednesday so we can just crash up there for our game on Thursday instead of taking the bus twice.

Rose: My period is over! WOO!

Rose: Had an excelent Peanut Butter Moo'd (a natural peanut butter, soy milk, banana, real chocolate, and organic frozen yogurt shake) at Jamba Juice this morning for breakfast.

Thorn: The Moo'd didn't keep me from being hungry while grocery shopping, so I spent way too much.

Rose: I saved over $30 on my $50 grocery purchase.
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