Life Update: Post-Coronavirus

Hello my dear readers! How have you been doing? As some of you might know from my previous posts, my family and I tested positive for Covid-19 and got admitted to the quarantine facility. It has been such a difficult journey but now I am happy and relieved to tell all of you that we… Continue reading Life Update: Post-Coronavirus

Believing In A Miracle

I was still very anxious during the first few days of my stay inside the quarantine facility. Although most of my family are asymptomatic, I was mostly concerned about Ta Peng, who was admitted in the hospital because of pneumonia. I felt restless thinking about her condition. The only thing that made me feel at… Continue reading Believing In A Miracle

Life Inside The Quarantine Facility

When I was inside the ambulance on my way to the quarantine facility, I felt oddly calm compared to the past few days when I was uncertain about my condition. I guess, in a way, I was expecting it too. After all, the possibility of catching the coronavirus never disappeared from my mind. At least… Continue reading Life Inside The Quarantine Facility

An Act Of Kindness I Will Never Forget

When the word got out that my family got tested for Covid-19, people in our neighborhood suddenly became overly cautious of us. The people who never even bothered to wear masks ever since the pandemic started have now started to wear masks that I never even knew they had. They made sure to kept distance… Continue reading An Act Of Kindness I Will Never Forget

I Tested Positive For Covid-19

When the news came that I was Covid-19 positive. I didn't expect it but I wasn't at all surprised. During the waiting period of our swab test results, I began experiencing mild symptoms and so did my family. It started with my aunt when she felt slightly feverish which only lasted for a day and… Continue reading I Tested Positive For Covid-19

If You’re Not Outraged, You Are Misinformed

The coronavirus pandemic has cut a number people from their livelihoods leaving them all dependent on what the government provides. And at last, the people are slowly seeing the handwritings on the wall pointing to the incompetency of the Philippine government. However, we still have a long way to go as there are still loyal… Continue reading If You’re Not Outraged, You Are Misinformed