I went to two bakers at the first acupuncture meeting; I stopped and took a deep breath. The deep breath took place for several reasons: First of all, the smell of fresh bread coming from the bakery stopped on my stage. She was convincing and familiar. Secondly, I was restless and wanted to move to a position I knew. The deep breath was because I was afraid to walk. I liked the idea of acupuncture, but now that I went to the Community Acupuncture Center, instead of going to the next bakery as fast as I could, I came up with the second place.
The unknown is always awesome, but leaving the comfort zone is the most frightening and let me tell you – this is my way to my comfort zone. However, my croissant thumb has re-emerged and I am willing to try to alleviate the pain. "You feel great when you leave." "You'll feel late when you're done." "I've heard," I heard everything when people described how I would feel when I finished. However, having never been stoned in my life or before, I did not know what to expect.
After a short while, and Trey found I was a baker, he led me to a large open room, Joey and Chandler in the Friends) with the covering of the walls. The room was just lit up with soothing lights, and there was the familiar voice of massage music. When I picked up a chair and put my stuff in the basket next to me, I felt restless. I did not feel the needles until Trey reached her thumb; I almost jumped out of my skin and had to fight with the urge to hit Trey in the throat. I was as calmly as I knew he was very hurt and apologized slightly, and immediately the pain disappeared.
I squinted on the backrest, lifted the eye mask into my eyes and took a deep breath and quit; this will be great. Suddenly, as I lay there with my eyes, it was purple. The purple fluttered like the waves crashing on the rocks. I felt like a burial in the aurora borealis. As I lay, I watched the purple and seductive music, but I was not there.
I dropped the eye mask, lifted my chair, and told Trey I had my treatment. Trey came over and took the needles out of the room. Pulling out a watch I sat for more than an hour, but I felt it was 15 minutes. I can hardly remember paying or my next appointment, which obviously happened four days later, but I remember knowing that I was glad I was only 2 miles from the place because I was not sure when I was on the way home.