This morning I had oatmeal, scrambled eggs and a glass of milk for breakfast. I felt well and happy until sometime during my commute. Then during my walk from the subway station to school I noticed my legs were weak and aching and I kept losing my balance. The snow didn't help.
It just got worse from there. I got REALLY tired, even though I slept for more than seven hours and ate a nutritious breakfast. And I felt dazed too -- like I hadn't slept at all. I generally felt really unwell. This was all in addition to the leg and balance problems. I found it hard to concentrate in class. I only had two classes, fortunately. What should I do if I feel unwell and I have three classes, plus a lunch hour, plus homework? I'm really concerned about this. This kind of day normally puts me in bed or on the couch, but I'm commuting and going to classes! It won't be long before I'm doing homework too. It seems so crazy now. I love the classes, assignments, instructors, campus and my classmates, but still, I don't feel ready to leave the sick life. This is so freaking hard.
What made the day suck even more was that I found out OSAP (loan service) was holding my grant money, which I need to pay off my tuition. The representative on the phone had no idea why my money was on hold. It will take at least two days to get an answer, and even then the problem might not be solved. Then once it is solved, it will take a week for the money to get into my bank account. What am I supposed to do until then? This term's tuition was due to be paid in full on the first day of classes, which was yesterday. I'm dreading waiting in the long line to speak to financial aid at my school about this.