It's not fun by getting sick. Those who experience it sure understand why I was saying that. Yes, I applied for one day sick leave. People might think how good my life was by being able to get one day extra to spend my day relaxing at home. (Actually, I experienced it myself by telling my besties who was taking 6 week sick leave due to break his right elbow while fixing his roof, how good it was for him to get such a long rest, which he quickly answered me that he wasn't feeling fortunate at all from the incident. Oopss... Sorry Lix for being inconsiderate. You even continued saying that you actually needed 6 months time for recovery).
Uuhhh.... He was still able to type message on his mobile though but with many typo errors. He had to undergo 4 hour surgery too to exchange his bone with metal piece. I wish you get well soon dear! You need both your hands to handle something more important very very soon! ;)
So, what is flu comparing with what happen to him right? But still, it wasn't fun experience at all. My nose was blocked while trying to sleep last night. It took me some time until I was able to sleep comfortably. My body and eyes were very tired but my nose didn't cooperate well enough.
I had a slight fever too and caused me getting chilled and sweating at the same time. And I think, usually people don't like others to know when they fall sick as they don't want others to worry about them. In this case, I was hesitating too between posting the previous blog post or not. I even thought of pulling the post back after I posted it out. However, whatever had been done, let it be. Just take it as part of my daily life, that I'm a human being too, who fall sick occasionally.
Today I'm very happy receiving many caring words from few bloggers whom I never met before in my life. But it seems we have known each other very well. We have this kind of connection of caring and supporting each other in any kind of situation. Thank you la my dear friends. Even my siblings were not aware about what I'm getting and I don't feel like mentioning it to them. First, don't want to spoil their cheery moods, and second, I don't want them to worry about me.
Hey, let me ask you! If you are diagnosed with something quite dangerous but not visible, will you inform your family members? Because many elderly were found hiding their sickness from their love ones and they didn't seek a proper treatment as they didn't want to worry and trouble their family members, at the same time, they preferred to give their saving for the next generation rather than spending it to cure the disease that they own. Hm... I may hide the seriousness of the sickness but still look for treatment but I may not announce it to everyone. So if one day I'm gone, don't feel sad for me. Because I prefer this way to happen. And I'm sure you will never miss my presence too. Because I'll still be around, inside your memories, only :)