We're going to New York City in the morning. It's about a three hour drive. The last time we were there, only two days before was when that guy tried to set off a bomb in Times Square. I wasn't nervous about it and had a great time. I have IBS and my stomach acts up sometimes, and I get nervous that I'm going to have to go to the bathroom in the middle of the trip, or during the taping of the show we're going to see, etc. Then of course, because I'm nervous, that makes my stomach churn, then I get nervous because my stomach is churning and so on and so on. Sometimes it turns into a full blown panic attack, which I'm on meds for. Like I said, I was fine the last time. Took a ferry across to the city from New Jersey. I was nervous because I hadn't been on a boat in a long time, but I was fine. For whatever reason, I'm more worried about tomorrow. I know I'm going to have a blast, but I still am anxious. No reason in particular, just anxious. I know I'm not going to be able to sleep even though I'm exhausted. This sucks.
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