It’ll be September in 3 hours. Three hours to finish this blog post. As usual, I am in a hurry to finish this deadline in a short time.
So many things happened since my last update, guys!
Glad to have my journal, maybe a diary, to keep track of what had happened from July – August. It’s a small B5 diary from kikki-k; as usual I have chosen this over a loooong time deciding from other designs, sizes, and brand. Hate to admit it, but being a ~*designer*~ I am picky from the design, colors, theme, and simplicity. Fine, I am also picky about the brand. :))
Let’s just hope that I will keep up with updating this and next year I will still keep doing this. I am very, very lazy when it comes to writing down how my day went. This is a good start regarding my memory tbh. After the start of my seizure, and having frequent seizures, I seem to be forgetting things now. There’s only a short space per day on my journal but I really do try to put all the important events that happened.
I’ve been in Dialysis since December of 2015. This December would be my 3rd year of doing this. At first I thought I’d have it easy, until once in a while I’d have small pains to endure.. and recently my Permcath access had to be replaced. Another big pain in the ass to endure for a month.
Three years ago, I sold all my cameras: My Sony DSC-T1, Canon Powershot A640, Nikon P300, my dad’s Sony DCR-PC1 and lastly my DSLR Canon 450D. I thought of selling the last one for a long time, and came to the conclusion that I have to sell it because it’s so outdated. The screen doesn’t flip, and it doesn’t have any video functionality. In 2015, all DSLRs have video functionality and at the time since I go to a lot of concerts (RIP to that time) it was a burden having to carry two cameras, one for shooting photos and the other for taking photos. Time to let that camera go, and perhaps my concert photography days to go along with that. 😆
Saying good bye to my concert-going years was the hardest part. 🙁