Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Dramatic Closure.

Foundation ended four days ago and that's not all,

I brought back a souvenir all the way from Dengkil!

Thought it was my right eye haha but this picture is really blurry.

Hello humans! To answer your curiosity, I poked my right eye with a pen two days before Foundation ends. I was studying for the last subject LAW039//psychology at the moment when it happened. Pfftt why would I lie? I was really studying ok.

...about love.

Come on guys, love is literally one of the topics we learn in this subject ok?

So anyway, I thought it wasn't serious at first so I just washed my eyes with tap water. I did go to sleep early that night because it's very uncomfortable to read with eyes in such condition. I really hope it would get better because Abah's words kept playing in my head, "Don't play with your eyes, you can go blind for the rest of your life." That mere advise scares me to death!!

Around 4 a.m. I woke up and my right eye hurts so bad!! I wanted to call my mom but I fret I would make her worry. Plus, I can still see so I thought this is just a minor injury. ha ha ha who am I joking?????? The next morning I woke up and both of my eyes couldn't open properly! It hurts so bad I felt like closing my eyes all day but I still haven't finished studying for psychology... so at 10 a.m. I hurriedly went to Aisyah's room and asked her if she could accompany me to Pusat Kesihatan (PK).

All my life I never thought of hearing this one sentence but "I'll refer you to Hospital (Putrajaya)," was just so scary to hear!! I cried on the spot when she told me the injury in my right eye was quite serious. I almost poked the most sensitive part of an eye. That is, cornea!!!! She added that if I didn't get the right treatment, my eyesight might be blurry, forever.

Our journey to Hospital Putrajaya was filled with conflicts. Supposedly, the UiTM should be sending me there, but there was no transportation available at that time. The doctor said we could get there by bus but to wait for hours is just another problem. Aisyah and her housemates helped a lot in finding transportation to get there. They called their friends who brought car to Dengkil, and even willingly download the grab-car apps. Haish how can I not love them all?

Long story short. We went there by UiTM's car because somehow the driver was there. During the registration I called my mom to tell her what happened. Luckily her office is in Putrajaya so she fetched me and Aisyah at the hospital and brought us out for lunch. Here's the funny part. Everyone, like literally everyone I met would ask what's wrong with my eyes. Even the waiter purposely went in front of me to ask what happened. Such concern I received from the public! I am touched!! 

Anyway, now that I no longer have that white eye patch on my right eye. Still, I have to attend one medical check up next week. Seems like my right eye is getting better but the vision is still a little blurry. Please pray nothing serious will happen to me! 


It has been a while since I last update my blog yet choosing either to blog or to watch K-dramas is so hard. 



Lots of Love, Nurzafira Sabrina.

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