Just a few seconds ago I was waiting in a line for an hour to get to a show at the convention.
Normally this isn't a problem for me. Sometimes I wait even longer. This time, though, my feet were hurting and somehow it made it impossible to filter anything else.
In the line it's always crowded with a lot if noise. Without being able to filter it (the show began, so I had to take a break, I'm now writing on. It's the next day) I instantly overloaded. Everything suddenly seemed louder and I was starting to get dizzy.
I decided to sit on the ground, even though it actually isn't allowed (I was feeling like I would faint, so I had to) and drank some water.
After a few minutes I was starting to feel better and the doors to the show opened.
Last night a friend of mine, who followed a course performing massages, gave me a full 1 hour massage free of charge. I'm very grateful, thank you! This relieved much of the pain and helped me sleep. (well something else made it more difficult again, but that has nothing to do with this story)
As for now: breakfast time.