Starting with LJ (for the less serious stuff)...
hogwarts_elite: WOOHOO! Finally! I just read (and received) confirmation for their upcoming/ongoing/let's-start-all-over-ag
hogwartsharmony: Well, my class is gaining students and participation. ^_^ I'm even giving students *cough* another chance if their math/calculations are wrong. So far, so good. I'm not sure if I should set the deadline for this Thursday or next week Thursday, to give them more time... I guess we'll see about that. Also, we might be getting Deputies or Head Girls for our Houses. *PICK ME!* heehee! Well, either me or traceria. ^_^
hogwartsishome: I actually tried my hand at three drabbles for the RP game characters that I like. You can read it here if you like. I control Jackie's character (right now, she's going through a little heartache as the boy she is crushing on doesn't like the same way - awww... *pats Jackie's head*). There, I actually play three characters, but Jackie's my main gal (the other two are sub-characters that don't get much storyline/threads).
Golly! With those three, plus Dorcas (and possibly Cho, if the other RP takes off; and Luna, for WitherWings), I'm going to be swamped...? Nah. I think I can handle it. It looks like a lot, but if you spend as much time as I do waiting for other players and their characters to respond, it really isn't that bad. It just looks like a lot.
As for RL, well, my mom is scared because she recently went to the doctor's office and they told her she has hypertension. She thinks that if she just diets and loses weight, her blood pressure will go down; and that is true, as she's done it before. But the doctor totally scared her. As if she'd have a stroke or heart attack right in front of her *knock on wood*. I told her to go with the diet first, and if it doesn't lower, then we'll look into other things. She doesn't want to be stuck on a medication for the rest of her life, as most medications only treat the symptoms but they don't actually 'cure' the illness/disease. And though the med that the doctor prescribed was okay, she wants to go with Chinese remedies. It doesn't help that last night (I think it was Dateline), on TV, there was a program about counterfeit drugs.
Funny how most people in my profession (even though we deal with medications and hospitals and doctors) would rather avoid said medications and try for a natural healing method instead. Perhaps, it's because we see what happens and we don't want it to happen to us. I think I'd rather live my life ignorantly bliss than have to take ten medications for every disease in the book when I'm 65.