one of the first things i’m doing when new yawk opens up is a haircut.
my whole head is terror,
even tho i been doing my best to maintain my hair with products.
the vanity in me once to look normal even tho i plan on keeping my events limited.
everyone meet mike schultz,
a rn from san francisco.
he ended up catching the rona while attending the winter party festival in march.
he decided to share his “before and after” from his battle and well…
this is an excerpt from an article from “buzz feed”:
“I thought only a week had gone by,” he told BuzzFeed News.
That’s when she let him know he hadn’t been in the ward for one week — he’d been there for six.
“I was so weak. This was one of the most frustrating parts,” he recalled. “I couldn’t hold my cellphone; it was so heavy. I couldn’t type, because my hands shook so much.”
The 43-year-old nurse from San Francisco had no underlying health conditions. He normally worked out six or seven times a week. He weighed about 190 pounds. When he spoke with BuzzFeed News on Tuesday, weeks after he’d been able to start eating foods again, he weighed just 140 pounds. His lung capacity is only now starting to slowly come back.
“I knew what I thought going in [about the coronavirus]. I didn’t think it was as serious as it was until after things started happening,” he said. “I thought I was young enough for it not to affect me, and I know a lot of people think that.
“I wanted to show it can happen to anyone. It doesn’t matter if you’re young or old, have preexisting conditions or not. It can affect you.”
it’s bothersome when you see folks outside truly not giving a fuck about a mask.
you can choose to go outside,
but don’t be an asshole when it comes to safety.
we all weren’t on quarantine because we were playing one long ass game of hide and seek.
as states start to open up,
i hope the foxhole moves carefully out here.
as much as i’d love to be at every cock fight,
ima do my best to pick and choose where i show my face and mask.
sidebar: those masks be hot af and can get annoying after a while.
this shit ain’t no joke.
the day i act like i’m invisible is the day i’ll probably get it.
worse case scenario:
Give it to someone else and kill them them
excerpt via: buzzfeed