Two weeks ago, I just recovered from a fever. And that was the longest fever I had..I was really down and flatted out for a week! I could not get to work as my brain would not function with the cold air conditioned office. Every time I get myself to work, I started to shiver or just couldn't think straight. Alhamdulillah..all is good now. But right after I recovered from my fever, mister too, down with fever. And boy, he was the type of person who gets fever like once every two years! I was really concerned that his temperature was really high..so I barely sleep at night to sponge him.
Alhamdulillah he was much better the week after, but both of us were still dizzy and unwell from the antibiotics and cough syrups. Boy, we literally felt weak most of the time and we spent our weekends in bed, sleeping and lazing around.But most of the time, SLEEP. We hoped that we could regain our energy after a good rest on weekend, but Allah knows what's best for us and He's the ultimate planner...
Last week, mister and I was having our breakfast when suddenly he fainted at the food place. Masha Allah, I was really in a panic mode! I was crying and asking for help because it happened so fast! He was really pale and he blacked out for almost 5 minutes..but after the people helped him up and brought him to the nearest clinic (the clinic was two units away from the food place) My mister woke up..but still in dazed. Allahu akbar..Only Allah knows how nervous I was and my legs were shaking. Although he was up, and conscious, I was still nervous and I quickly sent him to the Emergency Room in Serdang as the doctor recommended him to be monitored just in case he fainted again.
So, that's when my sleeping in the ER/male ward experience started. It was really challenging for me as my parents had gone for umrah, I am on my own, feeling hopeless and tired. I was going back and fro to the office and hospital cos happened to be I could not escaped my work that week. I cried most of the time from work, to work, to hospital, from hospital hoping that mister will be fine. Hoping that doctor will not diagnosed him with something serious. I was scared. All I can think of was my life, my husband, my sins.. Allahu Akbar. I was really scared.
|Allah test us, to know that we will worship Him or we will forget Him|
But after three days warded and mister passed all of the tests. Alhamdulillah the results came out fine and normal. We are now back to normal life (slowly..) and being careful with everything that we eat and also making sure that mister had loads of liquid in his body. He was warded due to dehydration. (although almost suspected for fit..fanauzubillahimin zalik) Alhamdulillah...I am really thankful that everything is back to normal. But as usual, life must go on.. Although recently our roof collapsed ( yes another test to our dear family) but nothing serious. We weren't home when the roof collapsed. It was raining heavily during the incident, and I guess our dear home is really old (built in 20014) huhu..but oh well, good thing is, the roof's back to normal but, our house smells 'hapak' because the carpets got wet during the incident.
Indeed, Allah is the best planner and Allah knows what's best for us. Perhaps we need to change our furniture and carpets? :P That's the beauty of it, isn't it =D But all in all, Alhamdulillah we are all good. Back to work and now working slowly to fixed the roof and the flooring. Arranging the furniture and fixing the 'smell'. Sorry for being missing for quite some time. Work and hectic schedules had been really taking up our lives lately. But I do hope that you will pray the best for us and hoping that we could work things out. Turning two this year ♥ In Shaa Allah..stick around ok. I will write more =)