Peace be upon y’all!
I know I have seem to gone off the radar for several weeks by now. If you are wondering if it was due to a prolonged illness, it wasn’t truly the case. That time, I wrote that I was suffering from a flu that left me weakened over the week. However, the week after that, I mostly recovered and I was back on my feet as usual. Of course, by then I wanted to write more for this blog, however I really felt that this month has been one of the busiest months I ever went through in my IB course. In this post, I will be giving a rundown of what I do each week nowadays and my plans for the end of this month.
Before going further, allow me to announce something really important: I will be travelling to Turkey tomorrow! Currently I am having a school midterm holiday for five days (this Friday until next week Wednesday) so to make the most of this short period, we decided to spend time in one of Turkey’s most beautiful coastal resort cities: Antalya! Continue reading
I have noticed that many days have passed without me posting anything new. The simple answer for that is that I am not feeling so well this week or last week. I think I’m having the flu, with a touch of fever as well. I’m not really sure actually.
It started one day with a runny nose, it later progressed to become a throat infection caused by overproduction of phlegm. I don’t want to go through the details so much just because it’s a really yucky subject. The sore throat makes it difficult for me to swallow anything. It’s very irritating when I feel pain when swallowing food. Last night, the sore throat became worse. The sickness started spreading and now I have a headache and stomachache. I woke up writhing in bed, clutching my stomach and resting my head on the pillow for as long as possible. Breakfast this morning was tasty, but my stomach somehow made it torturous to eat anything. I forced myself to swallow while holding my stomach. I had to go to school all day this week regardless of my condition – I did not want to trouble anybody with my condition. Continue reading