Hopeless Romantic (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 01/26/15 | Reply
Thanks anna-chan! Sticking needles in people you know is weird at first, but after a few tries you learn to just treat them as a patient and not someone you know. For me it came naturally since I learned to detach myself from the mice I worked on when I was at University.
Well, there won't be much awkwardness between us since her last day at work is Sunday, and that's the next time I see her. She's going through something similar I myself went through a few years ago with insomnia and not knowing what to do with herself in life; she's pretty fed up with alot of things right now which is why I figure she changed so suddenly. I might try and write her in a few months time after she's had time to simmer down and figure herself out.
Thanks for looking at my artwork too! I really should be following yours more closely to return the favour lol.
Tea pixie (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 01/25/15 | Reply
I'm not sure which I'd find more unsettling, having my classmates stick needles in me, or sticking needles into my classmates... But then I suppose you have to get used to these things if you are studying it!
As for your friend, well that sucks she suddenly changed like that. I hope things don't become too awkward between the two of you, though I suppose that is a little inevitable. I think the best thing is to just continue being pleasant, but to give her some space until this blows over, or resolves in some way.
As for losing your critic, I still enjoy seeing your art on here ^^
Hopeless Romantic (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 01/23/15 | Reply
I wouldn't call it rude, I'd say it was more...abrupt? She's got attitude and is very moody, so I guess I have to say that I'm not that surprised.
I used to hate needles as well, but oddly enough getting stabbed at least twice a week you get used to it. Now I don't hate needles as much lol
Otaku Legend | Posted 01/23/15 | Reply
That stinks! She didn't have to be so... how do I put it? Is rude the word?
I think there must be something in the air, because a friend of mine had his girlfriend do the exact same thing to him (though with much more devastating-teenagery-y drama involved).
Too bad for her, because you're a really nice guy, and it's her loss to not want to be friends with you any more.
Eww, hematology...? (I'm kind of biased, I hate needles with a burning passion and avoid getting blood drawn like the plague, but good for you!)
Well, at least the bruising has been minimal!