well, first it has the "I'm about to get a cold" stage - this is when i get the feeling"'yup, by tomorrow I'm done"
next it is the "beginning of the cold" stage - this is well, when i actually get it. along with all the other aches. and i feel like my head is not part of me anymore, but a burden from some where else. - a (unwanted) plug-in.
then..... its the "watery" stage - when all things solid becomes liquified and starts flowing towards the strong pull of gravity. (if anyone is confused - I'm referring to phlegm.) and my nose feels sore by all the sneezes and clearing ups...
this is the stage that i tear. :P
still feels like my head doesnt belong to me..
and I'm hearing from ears of some one else..
next is the "solid" stage - the watery stuff stiffens a bit and lesser the mess. and keep getting signs of the next stage..
the next stage is of course - the "cough" stage.
cough, blow nose, cough, blow a bit more.. cough even a bit more..
throat feels like its being scratched over & over again... only warm stuff down it will make it feel momentarily better.
and.. you cough away till the final stage - which is the slooooowwww end.. my own hearing will start to come back... aches will be gone... and there is this bearable cough that I can live with.
THE END -
will be repeating this cycle again the next time the weather changes to a rainy one. :|
One evening in the bus, I held on to the bags of a standing lady while I was sitting. And the next morning the same lady took my bags while I was standing and she was sitting. And it was two different bus routes.. Wonder if she remembered me too..
I saw myself taking lot of drinks. It was at a party.... And when it was over, I saw another woman who was crawling on the ground to her car in the car park, so drunk, while a man (maybe her husband) walked pass her fine. (not drunk) I remember those clearly.... and nothing else, yet. Weird :|