I'm finally back! Thank you so much for your comments. I was able to READ them with my cell phone, but I couldn't WRITE anything with it.
Here's what had happened to me. It was a horrible nightmare. But still, I never forgot Anderson!
9:40am --- I suddenly got attacked with an acute abdominal pain. I was planning to go shopping at 10:00. The department where I go almost every day had one day super-sale. I was looking forward to this opportunity. After 20 minutes of moaning and screaming, I decided to go to the hospital instead of the department. The hospital is located within 30-second' walk from my home. But it seemed to me a long distance. After I arrived at the hospital, it was a disaster. I was screaming, moaning, moving around violently. I could hardly see nurses' or doctors' faces. I couldn't even sit up. When I did, I vomited. I was lying still but sometimes I felt pain and moved then I vomited and vomited. Even during such a nightmare, I didn't forget to ask Mom to bring some things I needed. (I had nothing with me then.) --pajamas, slippers, toothbrush and Dispatches.
9:00pm--- I could finally move. I sat p and walked for the first time since morning. Then I notice an email from my BF. "You must be really bored, not being able to see Anderson!"
I replied, "I already got his book!" He was surprised how shrewed I was.
Then I called my school and thanked for filling my lessons. I had been really worried about my classes. But after the classes were done, I started to get concerned about my blog. As you know, I am constantly updating this blog, so I didn't want to keep it untouched without any notification. I asked my coworker, inerbat, to leave comment to my blog. He was the only one I thought I could turn to.
I was feeling much better. I met a doctor who treated me the day before. He turned out to be a young and handsome doctor! I had shared my messiest moment with him! How embarrassing!!
I was about to go through several checkups. However, just before I went into the laboratories, I went to a bathroom. A tiny "stone" came off! (I forgot to tell you that I had contracted ureteral stone.) It was no bigger than a mustard grain, and it looks just like that. I was so glad to see the stone, which had agonized me for a day. Also I felt how weak I was to be agonized by such a tiny object.
Anyway, a nurse asked a doctor if more examination would be required, and decided that I would go through only one checkup. The doctor turned out to be even more handsome here! He said, "Oh, I'm glad you are fine now. You couldn't lie still yesterday." I didn't know I'd seen him the previous day.
Finally I could get out of the hospital! I was supposed to go to school, but decided to take another day off!