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So around 10:30ish last night I got home from a Magic the Gathering tournament at Haven with a HUGE headache. I got it at work shortly after eating a delicious strawberry milkshake sample from the Snack Shack that has recently taken the place of Sweet & Nutty in our most prestigious mall. Not. Anyways, my boss thinks that the carpet cleaning fumes might have been the cause of it(they came in just after I did and cleaned really quickly) but I think it might have been a combination of the ice cream and talking to him. He always seems to make my head hurt lol.

Anywhos, so I get home and all I want to do is take some Excedrin and go to sleep. Instead I take some Excedrin, pop on my prescription sunglasses, and turn on my laptop, where I then precede to read three chapters of Shinobu Kokoro, a yaoi manga. At 2 this morning, I wake up from a weird dream I was having about D&D and ninjas. In the dream, I'm with Babnoba(who I think was playing a human necromancer named Bill Doors, who is a totally kickass character) and I think maybe Master John, who was playing a dwarven cleric by the name of Bendis. And I was playing my halfling ninja named Whisper.

So, the three of us are in a dungeon(like you always seem to be in in D&D) when we get ambushed by, you guessed it, ninjas. And who do they go after? Me, of course. Because a person who stands at 3 ft is SO scary! These ninjas are in traditional ninja garb, including the silly metal headband thing(still haven't figured out how that helps the ninja any if at all) except their eyes seem to have no lids. They just stare at you. I had managed to get one partially immobilized by holding his hands at the wrists and sort of piggybacking him only with my legs around his shoulders. I'm telling my companions to pull his mask off so we can see who it is and then ask him questions but for some reason they can't seem to get it off. It's like the guy didn't have a face, only those weird, unblinking eyes. And then I woke up.

You ever notice how, at night, your room happens to be ten times more scary, especially if you've just woken up from a bad dream? Well, that was how I felt. I kept thinking that a wide-eyed ninja was going to pop out of the shadows and attack me for some reason. So I woke my laptop up and turned on my floor lamp at 2 in the morning. And I feel like I rested for the usual 6-8 hours like you're supposed to.

Except now I'm feeling a bit tired so I might just try and sleep again. But relaying my dream to here has brought up the weird "I'm being watched" feeling so I'm not sure if I will go back to sleep just yet. That and I'm getting the munchies. So, I'm going to go for now.

Ja ne!