the festering smell of decay. of disease. of the unpleasant side of humanity.
growing up in the warmth of home and love, i've always wondered:
HOW IS IT POSSIBLE THAT ONE CAN DIE ALONE AND NO ONE NOTICES UNTIL DAYS OR WEEKS LATER?
very sad question. naive of me too.
again. me struck these few days with vomiting, diarrhea, fever, gastric, breaking out in cold sweat, and a choice selection of assorted sicknesses. i feel that my days are seriously numbered. i don't mind fever that much. at least i get to sleep. this thing i'm experiencing made me unable to function normally. ever tried vomiting until you can't stand? lol maybe you do experience it quite often but its very new to me. haha :(
i wonder how those people living alone manage it. being sick, yet having to take care of yourself. boiling water, doing laundry, cleaning the room... ... very mundane stuff. but stuff that matters. and the eating. don't get me started on the eating. sometimes i wonder whether it's a curse to be chinese. to be weighing the "coolness" and "heatiness" of this and that.
eat watermelon lah!
cannot, watermelon too "cool", the body can't take it!
baked food! very heaty!
so oily, no wonder you vomit lah!
now got flu?
cannot eat orange liao, orange will "attract flam".
LOL. bad translation there.
haha anyway i surrendered and took some panadols in the end. sorry body. i wouldn't do that if i didn't have 2 presentations and an assignment due the next day breathing down my neck. too bad we had a class on "health and wellness" yesterday. seems lame right? but quite helpful actually. ms. karen was talking about how antibiotics actually represses our own immune systems. so don't take too much antibiotics if you can help it.
alright back to the presentation. and four more final projects. and to nail down that interview. CLEO please don't let me down. and another assignment. and two more presentations. and straight on to finals. yeeha!
this semester? two words: fucked up.