A couple weeks ago, I was at my husband’s apartment in Seattle, where I lived with him, when he told me a new story about a very scary event that had occurred at his home.
I was just getting into the apartment and when he walked in he was suddenly surrounded by people and he said that the guy had attacked him.
He had a baseball bat.
A baseball bat, in the process, broke the windows of my apartment and landed on the floor in front of my husband, who was just standing there with a baseball cap on.
The guy was obviously not in his right mind and he was completely unhinged.
He was in a rage.
He punched the guy in the face.
He said, “I’m going to cut your fucking face open, I’m going, I am going to get this bloody nose.”
And the guy just started punching me in the back of the head.
And then the guy got up and left, and I was like, “Oh my God.”
And then, as I was walking back to my apartment, I realized, “Wait, he was attacking me?”
So I was pretty shaken up.
I’ve had this experience before.
But when I realized I was about to be attacked by this guy who was totally unhinge and not in control, I just sort of turned my head and looked away and went, “No, wait a minute, wait.”
I thought, “Well, this is really weird.”
I don’t know if I’m a person who can handle being hit in the head, but I was thinking, “This guy is not going to go away.”
He kept coming, and he kept hitting me.
I started walking back toward the door and I thought I might have broken the glass.
Then I thought about what I could have done if I hadn’t.
I said to myself, “What if I had just stepped back and kept walking?”
So what I did was, I grabbed the guy by the arm and pulled him back into my apartment.
That’s when I started to realize that I was in danger.
So what did I do?
I turned around and said, [expletive] it.
I got back to work, but the next day I went home, got dressed and went out to my balcony to do some work.
But, you know, it was the worst feeling ever.
I didn’t know what was going on.
So, I came back the next morning and the next thing I knew, I had the most violent and dangerous day in my life.
So this is not something you want to go through.
It’s not something that you want.
But it’s not a story that I’ve ever had to deal with before, so I just started doing some research.
It was the most stressful thing I’ve experienced, and it made me rethink my life decisions.
So I went to the local emergency room to be checked out.
And after my appointment I started feeling really sick and started feeling like I was having a seizure.
I couldn’t speak.
I thought that I couldn, but that didn’t stop me from going back to the office and going through the whole thing again.
And the next time I went in there, they said, You need to come in.
I went back and got checked out again.
So they put me in bed.
And I had been diagnosed with a concussion.
I had a concussion from a football-related hit.
And this was the second time that I’d had a head trauma, so this was kind of the third time I had had to go in for a head injury, so it was very disorienting.
So it was just scary.
So the next couple of days were very difficult.
I think it was around 2 p.m. when I went out for a walk in the park.
I took a couple of steps and then I had this tremendous feeling in my head.
I wasn’t even sure I was conscious.
I remember looking at my phone and seeing that I had fallen into a fountain and that there was a police officer in the fountain.
So my mind was going crazy.
So there were some scary moments.
I did a little bit of walking around and I realized that I hadn´t been able to put my phone in my pocket and that I needed to grab it and I needed my phone.
So that’s when a couple other guys came up to me and said that I wasn´t able to get my phone into my pocket.
So after they got me into the ambulance, I thought maybe I would have to go back and get my cellphone.
But then they had me put my cellphone back into its case, so they could charge me.
So when I came out, I looked around the building and saw that there were cops in the street and there were two officers that were outside of my building.
So we were just sort a little shocked.
I walked down to the police station, and after talking to the cops