Isolation Day 3

My symptoms are the same as yesterday. Of all times, we had water outage so we had to buy a truck of water for temporary supply. It should be enough for 2 days as it’s for four homes I believe. My brother-in-law tested positive. Thankfully, my parents and sisters were negative. I feel guilty about […]

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Isolation Day 2

I am a little symptomatic now. I can feel the heat of Vicks but couldn’t smell it. Somehow, heat gives relief. Covid protocols here is not immediate hospitalization— more of isolation and then healing, unless of course, you feel it’s required. I am usually like this because I am asthmatic. But I really do hope […]

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Isolation Day 1

I am literally crestfallen. I felt like I was slapped hard seeing my results revealing positive of Covid-19. I have an autoimmune disease with a literally damaged lymphatic system, perhaps that’s why it seemed pretty easy for me to get it. I hate you Covid! Contact tracing. Our office is of a boutique setup. Ours […]

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About Last Night

Last night, there were several blasts that has once again scared the bejesus out of me. It was a lot. More than six definitely. Brook was supposed to be spending the night at my folks but we cancelled his sleepover because I can’t bear having him away from us while we are experiencing an attack […]

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SLS: Summer Breeze

Whenever I do my Song Lyric Sunday challenge, I always consider the first thing that comes to mind regardless of its significance in my life (or lack thereof). This week, Jim has given us the following prompt words:  Breeze, Cloud, Sky, and Wind. My entry this week is, Summer Breeze by Seals and Crofts (Songwriters: […]

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#SLS: Redemption Song

How long shall they kill our prophets
While we stand aside and look?
Yes, some say it’s just a part of it
We’ve got to fulfill the book

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