So that’s how it feels to actually say good morning. I can’t believe I’m up at 6 AM! Congratulate me, this is is such a great achievement!
Yesterday was a looong, tiring day. I’d like to thank the *cough*awesome*cough* doctors and nurses of Lung Center Philippines and Medical City, for the looong hours of waiting, without whom this day wouldn’t be possible.
Ohh, maybe I’ll make a looong separate post about that.
Meanwhile, now is not the time for regrets, and ugly thoughts. It feels good to be up and about at 6am, cooking breakfast and getting ready to start the day.
Last night when I got home, I turned on my laptop to get some work done, only to end up unconscious in bed a few minutes later. I was dead tired. And if only for the 8 hours of sleep I had during the right hours of the day night (a first in a long while), and the lovely sight of the morning sun rays through my window now as I type this, the looong day (in the 2 hospitals) should be worth it enough. Yesterday was good for my bodyclock. Life is too short to wake up in the morning with regrets, indeed.
So. Yeah. I eat breakfast now. (Woot!)
This is going to be a great day. I know it. c”,)
*Photo credit: Restartmyheart.