Anna S. (eliade) wrote,
Anna S.


I was trying to fall asleep when I noticed that my left foot had a tremor. I tried to tell myself at first that it was probably just the vibration from my floor fan several feet away. It's not, though. It's real and it's incredibly distracting. Once I noticed it, I couldn't stop. Now I am up again, and of course rather than simply writing this off as an idiopathic anomaly, I harnessed the power of the Internet--o tempora, o mores!--to feed my hypochondria, logging on and then googling tremors to determine the most likely cause. MS? Parkinson's? Arthritis? All three, perhaps.

Somehow I don't think there's anything you can take for a tremor. Maybe a glass of wine to dull my brain so that I pay less attention to the fibrillation... fibrillation... fibrillation. (It's very rythmic.)

I'm going to die someday. This bothers me.

ETA: I boggle at the boyish, high-pitched voice of Seth Green in "Radio Days" versus his low mellow voice when he hits his prime in BtVS. Boggle, I tell you.

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