|Farewell, Puma Ducatis|
Monday was a sad day for me, as I had to bid farewell. to my Puma Ducatis. I got the pair for my birthday around 2009, and it lasted me five good years. I actually discovered the left inner sole was hanging open once we got to Maica's office. I had to buy some super glue to fix the problem, but I knew it was time to let go of the pair of shoes. Thank you, Pumas. You served me well and I enjoyed our times together.
I really can't remember what happened last Tuesday. I think this was the day my hyperacidity shot up to very critical levels. I usually eat some siomai rice for lunch with lots of chili oil. Usually my stomach feels "maasim" after, basically it feels acidic. This started what led to my half-day sick leave on Saturday. Because the whole week my stomach felt super acidic. I sure hope I didn't develop any ulcers.
Again, I can't remember too much about Wednesday. The memorable thing was when I parked at my office and Maica went there in the afternoon. We managed to get home at 6pm, which is about a full hour earlier than what time we get home if I park at her office. Why such a big difference? Because once I finish work at 5:30pm I have to walk to her office, I get there at 6pm, and traffic has already started getting bad by the time we drive home. If I park at work, we can leave at 5:30pm, take some short cuts, and be home by 6pm.
Ah, Thursday. I parked at work again today. The rain fell real bad and I was stupid enough to try our usual fast route home. The roads were flooded and I made the dumbass mistake of trying to push forth. The Rav's aircon conked out a bit, but I'm glad no long term problems arose. The great thing about this day was that Maica and I came up with an alternate route to take going home in case of heavy rains. It is by far longer than our usual route, but it is also drier.
Friday was relatively ho-hum. Busy at work, and nothing memorable. I guess. The only memorable thing about Friday was all the worrying I was making about my car. Thankfully the car is okay, as far as I know.
And today I had to go home around lunch time. I had eaten a cup of taho when my stomach started getting super acidic. I was gagging, and I was feeling my stomach twisting in knots. So I took a sick leave and commuted home. Upon getting home I took a nap, and ate nothing the rest of the day except lugaw, which is something like rice porridge.
Sunday was pretty eventful, but I'd rather not talk about it online. Let's just say I'm glad I'm back home where I can get some rest, and prepare myself for the coming week.