Waiting Room Thoughts #1

So today is a Tuesday and that means I am in the waiting room at St James waiting for a blood count/crossmatch to be taken. I might post again depending on how long I wait and how bored I get – hence the number one!

I just walked into a closed door – on purpose. It was very odd, I was walking up to the building, so I was in the hospital grounds but as usual the lazy smokers couldn’t be bothered to exit the grounds to get their drug fix like they’re legally supposed to do. So I had to walk past 6 or 7 of them and it just angered me so much that I sped up to get inside and realised the automatic doors would not open fast enough – another thing that had been pissing me off, why be automatic and slow?! So I was like “f’it!” and I crashed into them before they opened. It didn’t hurt, but I’m worried it was a form of self abuse. I am getting very stressed out very quickly lately. I need to find my Zen!

In the time it took to write this, I’ve had my count and we’re now leaving!

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The central hub of all things Thomas McNab - a 30-year-old Yorkshire-born writer and filmmaker, living with a disability, and medicating himself with obscene amounts of films, television, and amateur wordplay. Find out more at http://tomsbrain.2ya.com.

Posted on July 29, 2008, in Hospital, Posts. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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