Friday. 3.27.09 12:45 pm
they linger in my thoughts. I wish I could make sense of them.
I saw Rick and Moe together. They were happy. Robyn was avoiding me and getting into her car. It bothered me. And upset me a little.
...THEN there was a raving lunatic, so logic doesn't seem to flow too well in my dreams, apparently.
But still... it hit me. I miss them. All of them. So much more that I wish I did. And not just individually, but together. As a group. Those were the best days of my life and they won't happen again. I mean, sure I'll make new memories with other people and whatnot. But it just won't ever be the same again. And sometimes, I think I'm the only one who really feels this way. Despite everything that's happened between me and Nikki, I even miss her in that group. Or Mike. And when you miss Mike, you KNOW you've lost it...
Oh well, I guess there's nothing left I can do but keep going.
Tuesday. 3.24.09 3:20 pm
It's stories like these that give me hope.
How lame am I?
Thai fireman in 'spider-man' rescue of autistic boy
Tue Mar 24, 4:37 am ET
BANGKOK (AFP) – A Thai fireman turned superhero when he dressed up as comic-book character Spider-Man to coax a frightened eight-year-old from a balcony, police said Tuesday.
Teachers at a special needs school in Bangkok alerted authorities on Monday when an autistic pupil, scared of attending his first day at school, sat out on the third-floor ledge and refused to come inside, a police sergeant told AFP.
Despite teachers' efforts to beckon the boy inside, he refused to budge until his mother mentioned her son's love of superheroes, prompting fireman Sonchai Yoosabai to take a novel approach to the problem.
The rescuer dashed back to his fire station and made a quick change into a Spider-Man costume before returning to the boy, he said.
"I told him Spider-Man is here to rescue you, no monsters are going to attack you and I told him to walk slowly towards me as running could be dangerous," Somchai told local television.
The young boy immediately stood up and walked into his rescuer's arms, police said.
Somchai said he keeps the Spider-Man costume and an outfit of Japanese television character Ultraman at the station in order to liven up school fire drills.
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