Buhay Talaan ni Felipe - 2

Mamaalam, tala kong may ngiti, saglit lamang, may huling habilin, sa gitna ng yong paglalakbay, sa dako mong ihihimlay dalhin ang payapa't pangakong wagas. Patawad. May lunas pa araw nananamlay mong diwa s'yang may gamay ng malay mong tilang hiram. Itong minamataa, daang tinitimbang, dala, tang kong alay. Mamaalam sa mundong kay lupit, sadya kayang nilihis sa pait. Sa gitna ng yong paghihimlay, manlako kang maghihintay. Dalhin sa paaglitis. Taglay ng tamis. Paalam. ["Alay," Aia de Leon]

lunes, diciembre 27, 2004

A 48-hour head ache and a more than one day old fever was just too much for me. I didn't have a good rest last night at all. The throbbing in my brain couldn't get any worse. So after breakfast, I went to the Asian Hospital's ER and had myself checked-up. They did a blood test and a urinalysis but found nothing. The doc concluded that it was just a fever gone crazy. As a last resort, the doc gave me a strong pain killer through IV. The tragedy of it is that they don't know how much I hate needles! And after 30 minutes the headache is gone! Isn't it amazing how a terrible pain can be cured in just a few minutes by a simple (icky) injection (done by a cutie nurse). And since the pain killer is still in my system, I feel like I just smoked pot.

Peace, pare!

Blood sample was taken from my arm and the pain killer was injected at the back of my hand.

The doc who checked-up on me was the same doc who treated me for that nasty cut I had on the head due to an accident at the gym some months ago. When she saw me, she said:

"And who tried to kill you again this time??"

And the guy nurse who attended to me looked like my ex, Derrick. CUTIE!! La lang. Share ko lang.

I will probably sleep the whole day today, thanks to the pain killer. NOW I know why Tita Lou treats pain killers like best friends. Because they're nice!