First it was because I had some school shit to fulfill. You know, mature responsible adult stuff.
But later on the 18th I got a fever, so my mature responsible adult stuff for the day — aka extracting the brain of my cat and skinning a new one — had to be put off, and I felt terrible. I felt terrible, however, not only because of the cat but because of my fever. I mostly slept, and I could barely eat because at some point I started throwing up everything I ate, every time I took my medicine or something. I also had really bad diarrhea, which occurred maybe twice an hour, or whenever I’d wake up really.
I was brought to the hospital the next day in the evening because that’s when it got really bad. They labeled me “moderately dehydrated”, lol. I apparently looked as terrible as I felt. Sunken eyes, tired.
I got better pretty quick once I got the IV on me and started being able to actually take some medicine. They’d give me antibacterial meds through the IV and orally.
The doctors said I had (or have, because I still need to take medicine to get rid of it) amoebiasis and shegilla food poisoning. Blarg. I’m not sure what I ate to get that.
Here’s a webcam pic of me in the hospital, looking like shit, but feeling better:
I’m home now, though. Feeling pretty good. Yeah. Okay.
“They maybe no less when, as a result of a man having married the mother of the woman of whom he has had a son, the son will have for a brother a child who is his mother’s brother. But if he is later adopted — and the case is not invented — by the sympathetic couple formed by a daughter of his father’s previous marriage and her husband, he will find himself once again the half-brother of his foster mother, and one can imagine the complex feelings with which he will await the birth of a child who will be in this recurring situation his brother and his nephew at the same time.”—from Ecrits by Jaques Lacan
I can’t imagine having to face a 10-meter wave coming right at me, or having my house swept away by rapid waters and debris of houses before mine.
I figure this has mostly to do with the way we (badly) treat our planet; and with technology moving so fast, we don’t have the time to consider the consequences.
Situations become worse, and though we can somehow see them coming beforehand, we cannot control Mother Nature’s wrath.
I see myself standing on the top floor of my house, looking towards the skyline with a massive wave about to engulf the buildings and houses before me. I’m not sure if that’s even possible, living quite far from any sort of body of water (unless Pasig river is counted?), but it scares me to death.
Hopefully if we all do our part in cleaning up the Earth, maybe we can lessen these disasters from happening. I have so much more of my life left to live, and I don’t want to waste it!
I LOVE SUMMER WARS TOO. I tried to make BC watch it but she was racist and she said she didn't want to watch it. )':
idk how you and stephy put up with her. BTW WHERE ARE YOU GETTING ALL THESE SCREENSHOTS?!
She’s racist to Japanese people? D: BUT IT’S SO AMAZING ;__;