Blog #0429

10.18am – Start of a new month. Start of a new financial year. Start of a new plan. Must stick to it. Must be discipline. Ganbatte! I CAN DO IT!

11.25am – Let’s try and update my TO-DO for the month.

1.42pm – I just came back from lunch, and am definitely still slightly shaken…

During lunch, I took the shuttle bus with my admin to NEX for lunch as usual. And just after I alighted from the bus, walked a distance and passed by a lady who was waiting for the bus, suddenly, she just collapsed right next to me.

I got a shock as I saw the body beside me, less than a metre away, going down. And then her head knocked on the floor with a *KOK*. Then like a ball that bounced up, the head went up and down again with another *KOK*. WTF. That’s the first thing that crossed my mind. I stood momentarily there, so were some of the people around, before I realised that she had fainted, dead or alive.

As soon as I gained back some of my senses (and so did my admin), we immediately went beside her and see if she’s alright. BUT to be honest, I doubt one can be so composed as to react calmly unless he/she is somewhat experience. I asked for medicated oil, which nobody has it, while my admin called the ambulance. We tried to wake her up but with no response. I tried to see if she’s breathing but *cough* didn’t really dare to put my fingers near her nose, and so I see if her body is moving, which thankfully, it still is. The feeling of the pulse was totally forgotten. Luckily an auntie passed by and put the medicated oil on her temples and nose, and I helped to rubbed it a little. It was rather scary as her face was damn pale, with her arms relatively cold… as if she dropped dead. And then SUDDENLY (another scary part)! Like in those ghost movie, her eyes suddenly opened widely and she sat up immediately! As in REALLY REALLY widely, and with her black eyeliner at the bottom of her eyes, it just makes it scarier. I think both me and my admin got a scare on that. Well, she’s alright, apparently. Not sure what happened but she said she can handle it from there, and so we left…

My soul already dispersed everywhere by the time the whole thing was over. Hands still a little shaking while I’m eating. Sigh… scares the hell out of me…

Even now when I’m already back in office, somehow, some part of my soul still doesn’t seem to be back yet…

Lesson learned 1: Always have a small bottle of medicated oil packed in your bag.
Lesson learned 2: Sometimes it might not be a good idea to password-protect your handphone. If you still want, please somehow ensure that you have the contact of your family somewhere…

4.12pm – OMG. I kept dozing off every now and then. How? My mind is in a state of blank and my eyes refused to stay open!!!!!! Zzzzzz…………… Shall go pump now instead. And wash my face.

5.11pm – Soon…

5.17pm – *La la la la la…* Ulcer on tongue. *La la la la la…* Ulcer very painful. *La la la la la…* The throat seems to hurt a little too. *La la la la la…* Water doesn’t seem useful anymore. *La la la la la…* Fever knocking on my door.

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