Tuesday, November 27, 2007

.my worth.

Here's the deal. I read up the following list and see how many of these things I have done. BUT I have to ADD up the money amount along the way.

Had sex: $25.00
Smoked: $10.00
drank: $5.00
Went skinny dipping: $10.00
Kissed someone of the opposite sex:
$1.00
Kis sed someone of the same sex:
$5.00
Che ated on a test: $7.00
Fell asleep in class: $5.00
Been expelled: $10.00
Been in a fist fight: $10.00
Given oral: $10.00
Got oral: $10.00
Prank called the cops: $10.00
Stole something: $10.00
Done drugs: $10.00
Dyed your hair: $5.00
Done something with someone older
(like a few years): $10.00
Went out with someone OVER 18 (if
your under 18): $10.00
Ate a whole bag of oreos: $10.00
Cried yourself to sleep: $0.50
Said you love someone but didnt
mean it: $1.00
Been in love: $5.00
Played spin the bottle: $10.00
Done something you regret: $5.00

I'm actually a cheapskate cause I cost $139.50 only. What a bitch. After 24 years of life, I'm only worth so much?

Friday, November 23, 2007

.bored.

staying at home is one of the most boring activity i can ever think of. i yearn to go back to office this Monday. I miss working. I miss the responsibilities that come with it.

I've got tons of job waiting for me at the office. I need to solve some issues. I'm soooo bored i need to go out.

Thursday, November 22, 2007

.disconnected.

internet is back! woooooot!

today, i look at the future beyond me. and every time i ponder upon the uncertain future, i can't help but to think how many years more i have to come.

the doctor told my mom the other day that he has never met a case like mine who has managed to survive up until 24. i wonder whether that's a good thing or bad thing. in a way, i guess it's a bit of both.

i'm reaching 25. not much left i haven't done and not much i have done. the world of possibilities are still open to people in their 20's. people in their 20's don't really have to think about their future, usually they just enjoy the moment and plan for their life ahead. i, on the other hand think about the possibilities of a future.

it really sucks being me sometimes, having to be scared of every fever that comes my way. worrying whether it will affect my liver and make it dysfunctional.

however, during this whole ordeal, i don't think i ever prayed. i'm not much of a beggar, i strive for what i want and i'm fairly optimistic. my brain always works in ways like "it'll go away.", "i'll feel better tomorrow." or "it's just temporary."

i don't really want to experience this feeling anymore.

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

.Escherichia coli.

Ok, to all those who wanted to know what happened to me, I'll just paste an excerpt from wikipedia. Ain't wikipedia a lifesaver?

Escherichia coli (pronounced /ˌɛʃɪˈrɪkiə ˈkoʊlaɪ/) (E. coli), is one of many species of bacteria living in the lower intestines of mammals, known as gut flora. When located in the large intestine, it assists with waste processing, vitamin K production, and food absorption. Discovered in 1885 by Theodor Escherich, a German pediatrician and bacteriologist,[1] E. coli are abundant: the number of individual E. coli bacteria in the faeces that a human defecates in one day averages between 100 billion and 10 trillion.[citation needed] However, the bacteria are not confined to the environment, and specimens have also been located, for example, on the edge of hot springs. The E. coli strain O157:H7 is one of hundreds of strains of the bacterium that causes illness in humans.

Gastrointestinal

If E. coli bacteria escape the intestinal tract through a perforation (hole or tear, for example from an ulcer, a ruptured appendix, or a surgical error) and enter the abdomen, they usually cause peritonitis that can be fatal without prompt treatment. However, E. coli are extremely sensitive to such antibiotics as streptomycin or gentamycin, so treatment with antibiotics is usually effective. This could rapidly change, since, as noted below, E. coli quickly acquires drug resistance.[3]

Certain strains of E. coli, such as Escherichia coli O157:H7, Escherichia coli O121 and Escherichia coli O104:H21, are toxigenic (some produce a toxin very similar to that seen in dysentery). They can cause food poisoning usually associated with eating unwashed vegetables and contaminated meat (contaminated during or shortly after slaughter or during storage or display). O157:H7 is further notorious for causing serious, even life threatening complications like HUS (Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome).

There... my hospitalization cause. I was having high fever since Friday and it didn't subside till Tuesday evening. On Tuesday evening, my temperature was up till 40'c. It was a nightmare. Admitted into Island Hospital that same night and discharged after one week of antibiotics. Currently I'm still on medication and MC.Will post more details soon and maybe pictures. *-^

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

.no updates.

Sorry for the lack of updates. I was drafting one and it is still in my draft box.

Anyway I was hospitalized since 12.11.07 up till yesterday. I still have some recovery to make. I won't have internet access for some time.

I will tell all about my hospitalization details soon after i've fully recuperated... if i've fully recuperated.

I miss blogging.

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

.sorry.

Dear all,

Sorry for not being there.
Sorry for not having more time.
Sorry for breaking my promises.
Sorry for not calling more often.
Sorry for breaking up.
Sorry for not leaving a message when it mattered most.
Sorry for not listening.
Sorry for being busy.
Sorry for everything.

p/s: Happy Deepavali to all.

Saturday, November 3, 2007

.standing ovation.

thanks for the standing ovation. pic courtesy of jollyYeap.