I almost forgot, blogger nga pala ako, bakit ba hindi ko bina-blog yung pagkaka-stroke ko hehe. Incidentally as of this writing eh I’m on my 4th month and 3 days na simula ng mai-stroke.
With this blog, I will recall everything since day one. Everything as in mga naramdaman ko, mga changes sa katawan ko, pananampalataya ko, pagkain ko, gamot ko, call of nature atbp.
The night before Day One, naramdaman ko ng mejo matigas batok ko, at mabigat ulo ko. date is March 27. Itong month na ito mejo madami events nasunod-sunod birthdays namin mag asawa, kapit bahay, tropa etc… The usual na laklak, pulutan na masebo, puyat plus stress pa sa work! Naubusan din ako ng Amlodiphine 5mg (maintenance ko for 3 o 4 years na)ko that time kaya natigil ako mag take ng mga more than a week cguro. So ayun nga sumakit batok at ulo ko ng gabi na yun, since wala ako gamot, nag herbal muna ako, uminom ako ng isang pirasong bawang at tinulog ko na lang.
Kinaumagahan, ayun back to normal pakiramdam ko, wala ng sakit ng ulo at batok. Nag breakfast, shower at ready ng pumasok sa work.
Nung nasa work na ako, yun ang Day One ko, to be continued…
This is my first video, during the National Simultaneous Earthquake Drill First Quarter of 2019, held inside our school premises only.
This is my second video I made this year for DRRM Department of our school, San Jose – Litex Senior High School. This was taken during the Rodriguez Rizal BFP National Fire Olympics 2019 headed by Mayor Elyong Hernandez and Fire Office Elmer Maronilla.
These would be the pioneering team of Senior High School students from Rodriguez, Rizal to compete in the Fire Olympics. Composed of fifteen students from San Jose Litex Senior High School and headed by our DRRM Coordinator Sir Alex Nolasco.
I own an old Daihatsu Charade and my hatch strut (or door stay to others) is malfunctioning as it no longer hold the weight of the hatch as it drops down as soon as you take your hands after lifting the hatch. As a result, I always placed my steering wheel lock to hold the hatch in place.
The solution? A piece of PVC. I first measured the shaft after its fully stretched, then cut a PVC with the same measurement minus an inch. Then saw the middle of the PVC for at least 2.5mm to snug fit it to the shaft of the strut.
Just place the pvc between ends of the shaft to hold its weight, and slide the pvc to the strut when your closing the hatch.
With this cheap and hassle-free fix, I can now enjoy lifting my car’s hatch and no more worries that it would drop on my head anytime haha!