Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Nokta reads... 05/2012

My parents are going to celebrate their Birthdays in the coming days.
First Father and a few days later Mother.
Also I am thinking of taking a small hiatus from work, too, since it is summer.
This will give me even more time for books to read.

 Die Kunst des Krieges (The Art of War / Sūnzǐ Bīngfǎ - 孫子兵法) - Sunzi
I liked this one, although I'm no a fan of war, since I am very well aware that you can use the described tactics & his wisdom in your business as well as day to day life situations.
And considering in which year this was written, makes the whole read even more interesting.
I am pleasantly surprised.

Wie ein einziger Tag (The Notebook) - Nicholas Sparks
Do not ask me why I did read this one.... I don't know myself.
I can not stand these chick-flick, sappy, crybaby stories... most of all, not when they are this cliché & boring. And yet I've read this book.
I really don't understand why I am always doing this to myself. I swear, next time I will do my best & try giving books such as this a wide berth. *bleh*

 In other news, my cupboards are full, no more new mugs for me to buy.
Well, I could buy more of them... but unless I want to pile mugs on the floor all around the flat I will have to stop. :(


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Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Ask your Doc, he'll make you sick.

Last wednesday, a weeke ago, we brought my mother back to the University Hospital.
There she has to stay in a low pressure room.

This past week they've been trying out every pill possible on her and testing her for so many diseases and it feels (not only to her) as if they were using her as a guinea pig.
Oh, by the way... the test outcomes are all ok.
No AIDS, Syphilis, TB or anything else. *yayz* <\sarcasmend>

I guess they just need her for their annual patients quota.
Not to mention, the money which my parents & their health insurance(?) pay them. :(

Every other day the doctors have another illness of doom that she might... probably have... right now... or not!?
They change their diagnosis as often as I change my underwear. *nudge nudge*

On top of it, this is all giving me a constant headache 'cause we still don't know what IS wrong with her.
And it's up to me, to be the odd-job man for my mother.

I hope you all have a much better Time.
If not, welcome to the Club.


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