I fell in love with your twisted mind, for the tantalising games you played that pushed me to the brink of insanity but never did anything make me feel more alive,
I managed to secure the Bipap mask tightly, double checking for air leaks and prayed that this would be enough to stabilise his saturation long enough to restart his failing heart.
a dilemma, to believe in karma -‘what goes around comes around’- or that que sera sera- ‘whatever will be, will be’
“Wasn’t losing myself enough for you?”
Would you rather spend two weeks stuck in a psychiatric ward or stuck in a circus tent?
“His lips tasted like burnt cigarettes.”
She was brought to the hospital the following morning and the doctors performed a battery of tests which revealed high beta amyloid levels and decreased temporal brain volume~ indicative of Alzheimer’s which rarely occurs at such a young age. I touched the tarnished wooden door, the last in the hallway of one of the mostContinue reading “Alzheimer’s – Lessons from my first patient”
I’m back with another great book tag but with a twist! I’ve posted my version of the ‘Netflix book tag’ along with the original ‘Netflix tag’ ~ courtesy ‘Rats’(that’s what I call him!) 1. Recently Watched: The last book you finished reading She says: ‘A discovery of witches’ by Deborah Harkness. I picked itContinue reading “The Netflix Book Tag”
Lets talk about, “The importance of being jobless” Does reading this sentence shock you? Are you afraid to quit your job, because you’re afraid of being jobless? Your mind is probably rejecting this statement. How can being jobless be important? Right from childhood, we’ve been told that its important to be “busy all the time, workContinue reading “THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING JOBLESS”
Here’s my first attempt at a tag! Thanks @potterheadaanya for making me try this out! ADAPTATION SNOB: Do you always read the book before watching the film/ TV show? I try my best to. I have been team ‘books are better than the movie’ for as long as I can remember. I mostly don’t botherContinue reading “#TAG: the bookish snob”