posted on Jul, 18 2002 @ 07:50 PM
I am back again. Apologies to all for the delay in getting back online.
Thankyou, most graciously for your concerns. It was a most frustrating experience to see the replies keep on coming but be unable to respond to
I have a few things to post. Matthew has become somewhat less distressed in his waking moments of late. He is though exhibiting continued episodes of
odd behaviour or moods.
Many times he will wake up , and I know we can be cranky when we wake, though to be told to 'go away', repeatedly in a manner that belies his normal
conscious self is a little disturbing. Especially without any foundation or reason for saying so.
It only seems to happen when he is startled by my presence, whilst in a semi-conscious state immediately he rises from his bed. In a scenario where we
for example are in bed, or where he should expect us to be, he moods display a far different emotion.
If I didn't know better, his cries of disgust at me, or Jo in this state are I should say, with some caution ' like a child possessed'
He woke a third time tonight and shouted to Jo ' I am just going to the toilet' ( a pleasant mood he displayed this time) . This reminded me
strongly of the same thing I would say, my brother also, when young, or we would sing aloud as the contact with our parentage was a comfort to our
fears that ' something else was out there'. Paranoid we both were we might be 'taken'.
On an earlier note or two. Matthew on a couple of occasions has informed us he is psychic.
Last week he came into the room. He ridiculed me, running wildly shouting 'haha, you're not psychic, when I posed the wrong answer to a thought he
Second point. He has on a number of questions, come out with rather odd statements. One he has mentioned several times in several context is the use
of the phrase ' in the real world' . IE. ' I don't remember in the real world'
Questioned what is meant by this he again, does not remember, or more correctly 'cannot remember' . The latter corrective grammar incites prevention
as opposed to a natural memory block.
Thirdly, his school report has just been issued. According to his teacher, 'he is leaving the other kids, streets behind!'
His writing is improving tremendously, and his interest in calculus is again present in his continued strife towards ever more complicated problem
Jo has woken with some very large bruising she has no explanation for.
I am experiencing secondary pain, in an area close to the scar by my ribcage. The flesh is extremely sore and aches immediately below a pinprick
(broken bloodvessel) at the surface.
I am suffering severe sinusitus at the moment, along with localised eye pressure, in my right eye.
I am sure I have forgotten a few more poignant thoughts. I shall be back again at the weekend with any further episodes.