“The blisters gradually dry up and scab. They slowly fade over a week or so, but may take 2-3 weeks to go completely.” ~patient.co.uk
It’s been two weeks after the first blisters came out. My husband has not recovery yet. I am truly desperate in a deep down black hole.
I couldn’t face the thing I have in front of me, and begin to search more information about varicella aka chickenpox. And there it is, the quote I put up of this note. It says, “..2-3 weeks,” so I have no choice to wait until 3 weeks! 😦
It’s not about him lying in bed all the time with severe condition, NO. He looks well. He even go to work from friday — I hope no one is gonna be infected from him!
It is about me who feels like I’m alone. Alone with the kids. Alone like nobody cares. And it needs such a big effort to take care of the children by myself 😦
I begin to think that maybe…this is Qadar. Fate. Destiny.
I have to put trust in Allah that this all Allah plan for me, to make me closer to Him.
Putting trust in Allah is a blessing and a great consolation for people, provided by Allah. ~harunyahya.com
“He Who created death and life to test which of you is best in action…” (Surah al-Mulk : 2).