Christopher Pratt (cpratt) wrote,
Christopher Pratt
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More of the same.

Spent the morning at the newly rehung modern art museum. That was fine. But my back started doing its intensely painful seizing up thing before too long; stopped at the Christmas market briefly to eat some mushrooms, but I really had to head home immediately.

To make things worse, there are literally hundreds of Bears in the city right now. It´s really pushed my anxiety levels to a very uncomfortable level to boot. Don´t know why, but I feel like I have to leave immediately any time someone gives me That Knowing Look. I ran back to the room to hide and take some more medicine for my back while Dan soldiered on and joined up with the Bear Walk at two o´clock.

Sigh. I wonder if I´ll ever feel normal at these things. I suppose that as an onlooker I´ve always wanted to be a part of this group of handsome furry Bruins, but at the same time I know from experience that I most definitely do not fit in; talking to most anyone at these events proves that I am either totally incompetent at basic social neutral conversation or that most folks find they have absolutely nothing to say to me.

When I look at my friends, I find it incredible that I ever got to know them as friends in the first place. Go figure.
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