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Posted April 6th, 2013 at 05:33 AM by Gleam Noiyam (The Crazy Little Girl)

I'm feeling better.

A few early nights of sleep helped me and, honestly Pepto Bismal also helped my heartburn. All that's left is my stomach pains that won't go away it would seem. Feels like it's near my hip... weird. Maybe it's not my stomach. Doubt there's anything I can do about that and it actually doesn't really hurt that much. So I guess for now I'm fine. And my activity should go back for a bit. Maybe I'll be stalking or in the Pokemon anime section...who knows? B]
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