We dressed up like zombies for the late-night zombie hike but we got stuck in the Friday traffic in LA and were a few minutes late for the hike so we couldn't find the other zombies. We went out to eat as zombies instead. It was a lot of fun. The park even had this really awesome Halloween carousel. So we were a bunch of Zombie's on horse skeletons. It was great.
The next day I went out with my best friend who I haven't seen in a while because she's trying to get into medical school in Costa Rica. We met up and exchanged birthday gifts because I didn't get to see her on her birthday a week earlier. It was really great to see her but at the same time I'm sad because I know she's going away. I avoid her because I know she's going away which I know it's really healthy. I might not have a lot of friends but the ones I have are really great. I have two friends from my partial hospitalization group therapy program I did for half the year that I see about five times a week. They keep me from hiding out in my apartment by myself all day. They are really great people and great friends. They know me more than most people and still want to be my friend. That feels awesome. They are both over a decade older than me but that doesn't matter to me at all. We have so much fun that my stomach muscles are sometimes really sore the day after I see them because we laugh so hard. I've never had friends like that before.
|Not my arm, but my problem|