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Sickness begone!

Right when there's a hundred and one things to do,
Right when you're already scheduled for work,
Right when you've appointments and assignments,
Right when you've plans to buy stuff,
Right when you've plans to hang out,
Right when you're excited about all the above,
i think that's when you get sick.

i dunno if i've gotten the cause and effect thing the right way around. but came back from Kedah with a worsening cough. Lol... MUST relate what happened this morning, in the A.M. after work, when I was trying to catch up on my second assignment "Good Morning, Holy Spirit" by Benny Hinn.

I was lying on my stomach over the edge of my bed and reading...ok, then naturally i fell asleep.
*grr. The next thing i know, Jean's shaking me awake and saying, "you're bleeding you're bleeding!" I look down and I'm dripping orange-red liquid from my nose. HAHAHA~ I'm not laughing at that, i'm laughing at your reactions! XD

Ok, it was only supposedly a drop or two, then i lifted up my book and the floor was covered. I was seriously too tired to care what was happening, though a part of me was like "wow, what's that about?" and another just accepted that, "oh no, i'm bleeding." This incident thereby cancelled every single thing planned for the next day, specifically, SOT, Hanging out & getting presents, Taking over Syaheed's M2 shift-cum-be present to contribute to partner enthusiast team. T.T

Zonked out for the rest of the morning den went to the doctor - Cool! I've got sinus infection!** I thought sinus was for all those Singaporeans with weirdly, unSingaporean noses. But yeah, think it was the whole weather thingy, esp the bathing in cold water in cold weather in Kedah. Still, thank God cos my mom's only got flu and she's like worse off than me - coughing till her body aching. Yeah, so just need to rest up and try to get things done as much as i can so things don't start piling up!

Haha... thinking about it, this year's pretty packed. There isn't holiday at all! But still don't regret SOT. My mom was just talking about passion. Passion being shown in that we pursue what we love. I'm glad that though I could have pursued other things like an education route that would have taken me overseas, to experience more of life etc., but that I feel I'm right where I am, pursuing God.

** When your nose (either nostril) gets stuffed up, and there's lots of mucus being produced that doesn't necessarily flow out. Plus either cheek starts to experience a bone ache. Plus orangey or yellow mucus - that's when you've got sinus infection.


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