I am still very postictal, ie post-seizure in epilepsy, so I might ramble and babble and stream of consciousness a lotly. Just pet my hair and purr at me. I’m okay. But my writerbrain is bursting with headcanon. (Mikey pulling Leo into the astral plane for a telepathic telekinetic flight). Aahh.
Wonderland in my brain shrinks and enlarges the world. My psychological coping mechanism headpeople named Alicia and Ariana will help take care of my fucked up head.
When you’re hyperfocusing and get hundreds of pages deep into a strangers blog and just have to pray they’re not tracking that shit, making them paranoid you’re stalking them or scouring the whole thing for dirt.
I wonder how many people I’ve accidentally caused anxiety over that.
This is a Movie Health Community warning. It is intended to inform people of potential health hazards in movies, and does not reflect the quality of the film itself.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales has multiple scenes with severe lightning storms.
Most of the film takes place at sea. As such, there is a high potential for feelings of seasickness. There are also several shots where the camera rolls in different directions, both slowly and quickly.
I’m really scared. Extremely scared. I haven’t had any seizures in a month but tonight I felt sick and dizzy and low and behold, it was a seizure. I knew the past was me getting off of some horrible meds but. I should be better now??