Saturday, January 25, 2014

Ad Hoc Field Trip

On Monday, we are about to have our home visit to Alicia just for fun but for the sake of our tropa’s hospitalization because of dengue, we took the u-turn from Sta. Lucia to Meycauayan, Bulacan.
Charles was confined in a clinic near their residency in Marilao and going their takes one LRT ride, a bus and a jeepney for about one and a half to two hours. It’s a field trip, indeed.
The travel took us hours but we never felt it because of the laughters and franks we have done inside those public transportation vehicles.
Arriving inside the clinic, the giggling toddlers play hide and seek before Charles came out of the restroom with his dextrose.
We must have felt pity on him but that pity was replaced by some sort of joyful spirit because of Charles’ high self-esteem that made us feel like he’s good even though he’s really sick and weak.
That room was filled with sense of comfort and delight knowing we made Charles happy in spite of being jailed inside the four walls of that white house.

We pray for his full recovery and we are still hoping for the comeback of the simple yet, comic basketball player we can’t help not to cheer in the near COC Intramurals.

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