It's been more than a hundred days since the quarantine period has started, and most people are now allowed to go outside and even dine in at restaurants and some cafes (though I've heard that Starbucks is still empty). But to immunosuppressed people like me, life goes on in the confines of our homes. I … Continue reading One hundred days of stay-at-home, now what?
I'm done watching my fourth Kdrama of the month and I plan to keep on going. I suddenly lost the drive and the interest to work on the unread books in my shelf. The storyline that I am working on for the workshop is still left unrevised. The next entry for my blog series is … Continue reading Enhanced community quarantine has ended, now what?
Alone time is the greatest gift I could give myself - in between the craze of my 9-5 job and helping my indecisive character until 2 in the morning to solve the problem she created herself. I like it when I am alone in a table for two at an Instagrammable cafe, taking pictures of … Continue reading My kind of silence in the time of quarantine
1. Most people don't really care. As long as it's convenient for them, they'll be quiet as if they don't exist. But if the odds are not in their favor, they'll make noise. And a loud one at that.2. There's no such thing as plenty of time for a procrastinator. You'll always end up cramming … Continue reading Realizations in the time of covid-19
It was in 2013 when I experienced the height of myasthenic symptoms - my breathing muscles were so weak I could barely breathe and had to be put in a mechanical ventilator. I had to be intubated for 6 weeks, and had to take my food through my nostrils. It was a dark time, and … Continue reading Thoughts of an autoimmune patient on COVID19