We’re sick at home and S is going to play cards. This convo happened a few minutes ago.
J: hon ang dami mong pasyente today. What time are u coming home?
S: what time do u want me to come home?
K: I’m your doctor of love, giving love and kisses
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So, general rules at the table is no toys — if my father-in-law’s around.
And he isn’t.
So yesterday, K brought some two transformers to dinner. After the meal, he asked Ate N to hold them for him as he was preparing to go back to the room.
I said, “K, you brought them him, you should carry them back yourself.”
Part of the requirements to big school for K is a visual and auditory test. When we took P 3 years ago, there was no problem at all. For K, I waited till the very last minute to submit the requirements, thus that hearing and auditory test was done last minute too.
P and I took K to the clinic recommended by the school. To my shock and dismay, the tester said that K’s left ear had “mild hearing loss”. Determined not to look too shocked, I calmly called S and informed him and began calling friends who would have advise for me.
Last night, S felt like he wanted ice cream. Old fashioned ice cream.
We had recently visited
I’m been sick since last night. And I hate feeling sick only because I hardly am.
My joints hurt (eto pala yung feeling!), my head hurts, my throat hurts!
But despite all that, these are the highlights of my “I feel like sh*t sick” day…
Actors: K and me
Scene: Our bedroom, in the evening, K lying on the bed, ill, but getting better.
Background: Everyone’s brushed teeth already, it’s bedtime and we were all making ourselves comfy and read to turn in for the night.
So, since it’s evening already, I take off my top undergarment (read: bra) and lay it on the bed as I was getting other items to take the the bathroom.
SCENE: In the bathroom, K was in the shower stall bathing (yes, all by himself)
K: Mom, I love you!
Me: I love you too!
K: Guess what’s the best thing in the world?