48 days, 47 nights;
4 wards – G5, C7, A7, H7;
Over 140 tasteless meals;
8 and a half books finished … you know, “The World is Flat” is simply too boring (for me);
Numerous needle holes in my palm, hand, thigh and leg …;
Countless doses of medicine, blood tests, X-ray scans, CTS scans;
2 heart operations;
Hospital bill – US$ 600;
Dozens of emails, SMS, blog posts;
No more stranger wake me up in midnight from now on;
And … over 25 lbs of fresh disappeared …
Now you all can call me “Boney M”.
4 thoughts on “After Math”
Oh my gosh, losing 25 lb. It must have been a tough journey….
You looked perfectly normal when we met in July. You make me rethink my priorities…..
Yes, I “looked” perfectly normal in July, but in fact had fever for quite some time.
Anyway, to many people the priority of their life is 1) Career success, 2) Money, 3) Family … Health is not even on the list. But I believe you are one of the very few who focus a lot in health. So, you shall be OK 😎
Tried to call you this afternoon, maybe you were taking some rest and didn’t answer it. Just wanted to say hello and wish you a speedy recovery.
You turned your horrific experience into funny clips. What a guy!
BTW, this is my first mobile blogging. Thanks to michaelyung.com. Neat!
What do you mean “mobile blogging” ?
Anyway, as posted in my other blog … “Be extremely positive” is one of the skills you need badly in hospital.