In good news, I:
a) Am finally getting off of Effexor. Anyone who’s every gotten off, or tried to get off it knows how excruciating that can be. I finally saw a psychiatrist to help be taper off after my neurologist announced he was moving out of state and would no longer be able to fill my prescription. (Mind you this was the doctor who put me on the drug for migraines when I was 14, with no warning of how hellish the withdrawal is). Anyway, I’m on Zoloft as my taper drug currently, but am still taking Effexor. I’ll then just take the Zoloft before finally being drug free. ^^
b) Passed all of my state mandated final tests. Even those I had to take this year for the classes I took last year. And, miraculously, even the one for the subject I never took! :)
look at this fucker
The video still makes it look like it’s dead or something but it’s not it’s cool I watched it he’s fine.
We finally found a good home for Mordecai (aka the bunny I found in our yard last week)… our own! My parents are letting me keep him! \o/
My family only realized we’d watched the last episode of Arrested Development when the episode ended and Netflix immediately went back to the first episode. For a couple minutes after that we were passing around the remote control trying to see if there was anything we’d missed because none of us could believe it was over. x)
More pics of the bunny I found in my front yard Friday morning. ^^ We took him to the vet yesterday to get him checked out. We found out that she’s actually a he, and around 5 years old, and in good health. We’ve started calling him Mordecai, after the hawk in The Royal Tenenbaums. He’s staying in Afie’s travel cage during the night and running around contained areas of the house during the day. We also bought a cat harness so he can run around outside, which he loves. As of yet, still no luck finding his owners, so we’re referring to Mordecai as our unofficial foster bunny. ^^