In case you haven't been following along, or you don't live in my mailbox, I'm graduating college in Dec. I got a letter from the Office of the Registrar today giving me a timeline of stuff I have to do before I graduate (other than pass all my classes), and I'm still trying to decide whether I'm excited or not. Also if anyone knows or has a job that I can have after a graduate, that would be nice. I'll have my Bachelor of Science Double Majors of Sociology and Interdisciplinary Studies (Criminal Justice). Are we excited yet?
So, I donated blood last Thurs, anyways I got a letter in the mail from the blood center today. They do all these tests on your blood when you donate it, well they said I tested postive for the Hepatitis B antigen, and they said it means I either was exposed to the Hep B virus in the past and recovered, or its a false positive. Which of course means they can't use it, which kinda sucks, but I wouldn't wanna put anyone else at risk. Kinda leads me to wonder what they do with that blood, hmmm I wonder how many vampires they can give it to. Anyways I'm trying to figure out if there's anything that would be wrong with me that would make the test a false positive, cause I don't ever remember having Hep B (I'm sure it would be something I would remember).
See all the interesting stuff I get in my mail?