As she requested for my hand to grasp, I couldn't help but cry.
I didn't think I would cry, she didn't even cry! But, I guess that's just my nature. I am very weak and sensitive when it comes to these kinda incidents. She's a very strong and brave girl and I don't think I'll ever muster enough courage to withstand all these if they were to happen to me *touch wood*.
She has been hospitalized for four days now. I guess her condition is getting better. At least she could still talk to us although she feels lethargic. Her parents finally arrived after much delay. Listening to her mom say what they had to go through just to get to Singapore to see their daughter made me feel like crying even more. That just shows how much sacrifice her parents are willing to take just to be by her side. I wasn't surprised, my parents would have done the same thing. I felt really touched. She's lucky to have such blessed parents.
She's relieved that her parents are here to accompany her. She went through all the surgeries and tests all by herself before this. I'm sure she must have felt a whole lot of fear but she hung on and persevered. She managed to push her fears aside even though she didn't know how the outcome would be. And for that, I'm very proud of her.
I just wish she will recover soon, I want to see her around hall again. Tomorrow is a very crucial day for her and I'm sure that most of us are anxious and worried at the same time. All we can do is to keep her in our prayers.
I have faith in her.
Stay strong, Sky.