This is getting worse.

I thought I am going to be OK since the fever had reduced a bit, but I was totally wrong. The flu and the cough stays up to now.

So many things to do–so many problems to solve; which feels terribly uncomforting at the moment.

I want to go home. Snuggling in my bed, surrounded by those little pillows. Armed with a glass of water, anti-flu tablets, lots of tissues, and Kafka on The Shore. Oh, my blanket … I just want to sleep a dreamless sleep;
and wake up in the morning, with this light feeling over my heart.

The feeling of knowing that I can live my life to the fullest and don’t have to worry about one single thing.

With this watery eyes and nose, I wish.

 

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hanny

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  1. huks, thank you darling … doakan semoga postingan berikutnya bukan tentang jatuh sakit lagi ya 🙂 [hugzzz]

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