Wednesday, December 31, 2008

My Near-death Experience Part 2 - 48 hours post trauma

I walked away from the crash site after making sure that all my belongings were taken out and the tow truck safely pulled it out. making the police report was quick and the officers were being very kind to me as well.

i spent the rest of the day hobbling around the hospital as each step aggravated the glass cuts on the sole of both my feet. it wasn't a busy day and I couldn't get anyone to replace my work for it was a public holiday and too many people are out-station. Not only that, I know that the responsibility was on me to make sure that my patients are doing well and that I don't compromise my work standards and the patient care.

thus i was praying very hard for a good call and it was relatively good actually. i managed to rest and there wasn't much trouble in the wards. i was very touched by all the people calling and messaging me, asking about how i was doing and all the good messages on facebook.

the next morning i woke up to a very beautiful morning. the birds were singing so sweetly, the colours of nature so vibrant and the air felt so fresh and sweet. I resolve to be a much better daughter, sister, friend & doctor. Even with the bruises, cuts, minor sprains and PTSD flashbacks, I felt great about life. Thank you very very much for your prayer and good wishes.


Yok said...

Tomorrow is another year. :-)

confessions of a medical student said...

i can't believe you continue your work after an accident!! so dedicated to your work.... i'm impressed!

happy new year!


p/s: can i link your blog to mine? i would love to read more interesting posts.. and learn more about the working life :)

the cili padi doctor said...

yeah.. i worked right after the accident. crazy workaholic girl.

of course you can link your blog to mine. I dun mind it at all. the more the merrier. after all, we bloggers shud support one another right?

do enjoy the last few months of ur studies and all the best in ur exams!

Anonymous said...

do get well soon!