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365 days of SL, day 65

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May. 18th, 2012 | 08:56 pm

365 days of SL, day 65:

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This is a "boring" shot again, just a slice-of-second-life one instead of a depiction of anything cool, unusual or otherwise interesting; but at least's it's representative of how I often feel on SL these days: tired.

That's about all I can say about it, too, especially since I'm feeling the same way again already right now, despite the fact that it's not even dark outside yet (or that, for that matter, I'm not on SL yet). I'd talk about it more, but I'm just too tired.

Location: Black Gazza (my stateroom)

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Canis Rufus

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from: canisrufus_uk
date: May. 18th, 2012 08:18 pm (UTC)

I think it's possible to say something interesting here about how things become normal when you get used o them, or perhaps something about acceptance and how things that would bother some people don't bother others.

After all, you've said there's nothing unusual in that picture. There's a wolf in latex with his paws ties behind his back and a gasmask, there's a plane in a latex maid outfit. If that is considered normal and unremarkable, then I think that's a wonderful thing :)

On the other topic... I really hope you feel better soon :(

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from: schnee
date: May. 18th, 2012 08:35 pm (UTC)

Heh, that's a good point. We really do adapt to these things very quickly, don't we? What may seem bizarre at first is really business as usual very soon once you get used to it. :)

Thanks, too. *hugs* I really hope so; this constant pain is really getting to me. Painkillers (both pills and topical) aren't really working, and I don't know what else to try at the moment, short of trying the tramadol I still have again. Last time, it made me feel quite unwell, and I attributed that to what I thought was a preexisting lack of tolerance for opioids, but I learned after this surgery that maybe I don't have that after all and that I don't get breathing problems from them. (They did give me morphine and other things, and it worked.)

If things don't get better soon, I may have to try it, but I hope it won't be necessary. Maybe I'll also have to see a proctologist again.

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