101 DegreesRibbons; that's what it feels like. Invisible ribbons when I move my arms through the air. Some are wide and some are thin, but ribbons nonetheless. Invisible and strangely comfortable they slip and slide all over my arms and legs and make loops across my face.When I try to swing my arms through the air real fast, it almost hurts. The ribbons seem like they just want me to stay still and that is almost too easy to do.The backs of my hands sting just like my shoulders and the tops of my feet. My cheeks feel the same thing and soon, my head will too. It's almost like I was bit by something.Objects hurt, too. I put my hand on them and feel a sharp pain; a chair, handles, almost anything hurts too much.Maybe I'm supposed to just stand here, just letting the ribbons caress my skin. If I do that, I get sleepy and then a fall into a comfortable sleep. When I close my eyes, it's like trying to watch invisible fire. All I can do is feel it against my ears, my face and my arms.Breathing in
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