Shed the Heavy Burden

Less than 8 hours ago I felt worse than I have in almost a year. Right now, at this moment I’m feeling the complete opposite.

I’m pleased with this shift and I’m crossing my fingers hoping that I’ve allowed myself to be cheered up and that I’m not just crazy bipolar, fluctuating between two extremes.

I ended up forcing myself to go to the party I was nervous about attending. It was the lesbian equivalent to a Stag and Doe. A Doe-sy Doe!

I met some really cool new people, and I wasn’t a jerk. I think I was even a bit charming.

It didn’t hurt that I had, just hours earlier, unloaded all my stress by pouring it out of my brain and into the internet and it also didn’t hurt that I had had a few bevs and hogged the mic at the party’s karaoke station.

Its just a bit after 2 AM and for the first time in months I feel like I’m going to fall asleep easily instead of tossing and turning until sunrise.

I just felt like I needed to update VTAN with some positive news after how dark and disturbing my last entry was.

The only thing about the night I regret is not taking pictures. It was a Lesbian wedding party. Good food, fun and games, amazing prizes, pretty girls AND ROCKBAND and the only picture I took was of a cookie shaped like the Millennium Falcon!

It's the cookie that made the Kessel Run in less that @twelveparsecs

It’s the cookie that made the Kessel Run in less than @twelveparsecs

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5 thoughts on “Shed the Heavy Burden

  1. OMG! A lesbian party with karaoke. Unheard of. LOL! Glad you had a great time. You may not have made it past the preliminaries of Canadian Idol. but I bet my ass you rocked that party,

    • The only reason I didn’t make it past the second round of Idol was because Farley Flex said that I “Wasn’t taking to competition SERIOUSLY enough”

      I could’ve been Carly Rae Jepson

  2. Dammit. I missed Falcon cookies! I so wish I could have come to the party. Instead I went to another party and got kicked in the balls. I’ll take the cookie please, Alex.

  3. Catching up on your blogs (obviously) and I wanted to say thank you so much for attending my Dosey Doe. You’re kind of made of awesome, Josh! You just have to remember that more.

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