It's been a long while since I last updated, and yes a lot has happened. To continue where I left off from the Neurology appointment, the neurologist had a referral signed for me for an MRI. I was rather confused as to why the MRI was warranted, considering I had one before, but I went along with it the following week. Afterwords, I had no luck retrieving the test results or made any followups since my health benefits expired on April 30th. On top of the difficulty I've faced with sleeping and moving about, I'm currently fighting to gain benefits… again. I have to respond to an application regarding income, but I'm hoping to have something answered soon.
On the subject of me moving, that has not exactly happened due to redundant credit checks. However, it was decided that my parents decided to move out for the sake of loosening up the household. In return, they've managed to move into a swanky apartment complex, complete with a field and a pool. Things have been much more open since they were able to move out, thankfully.
Of course, right after a week of moving out, my younger brother went on a celebration regarding a promotion in his military rank, and nearly killed himself in an overdose at some concert in New York. Adding injury to insult, and according to hospital staff, he was already suffering from pneumonia, so the past week, he's been sedated to have the toxic garbage pumped out of his system, as well as letting his lungs heal. Thankfully, today was the first day he woke up from sedation with his body being clean. It's not exactly sure when he will be discharged, but it's likely to be soon. However, he might face a discharge from the military. His CO officer was not happy. Yeah…
So yeah… It hasn’t all been sunshine and rainbows here. Hell, to be honest, there was a few times where I ended up snapping and going on wild fits of rage, which of course only made my ailment worse. This was before hearing about my brother, too. That and I also entered an argument with another dear friend, which ended up turning ugly. I'm hoping that one day, all of this drama and medical BS can just die out already so we can have the rest of our lives to look forward to. In the meantime, I have video games and other media to help keep my mind off.
Take care, and stay frosty.