Smilies and chocolate addiction!
Maan, I started my sunday late today... Got disturbed last night by something that continued to bite my skin. And so I tried to find the baster who gave me swollen spots on my arm, without any results..:/
Anyway,.I invited Raushen and Marlena yesterday evening for some cooking! We mixed some Indian dish with Italian Pasta!
Had a really nice time guys! And we'll make sure to hang out some more:) But maaan, who do I always keep forgetting to take photos of the people am with...
Today am writing on an assignment that should prefereably be done my tomorrow, and hope to prepare some more notes for next weeks clinicals, cause next week is going to be intense...
In between my writing I got some laundry done. Yaar, doing laundry is really relaxing!! 
I noticed that I've consumed an increased amount of chocolate this week.. But, the thing is that I've come up with this theory that the chocolate is just a substitute for someone I miss...
So, pleeeease come home before I end up in the hospital for chocolate addiction..!!  
  May the force be with you love...


World Alzheimer's day
Today is the World Alzheimer's Day. Every 68 second someone developes Alzheimer's disease which is the most common form  of dimentia. And yesterday our college gave it a notice, togethery with Lion's Club, by arrangeing an event in Udupi for the local people living in that talak. We had preppared a skit and our teacher talked about signs & symptoms, prevention measures, treatments etc. And of course, there was tea and cake in the end;) Not many people showed up, about 20 people,  but still...:)
As more people are gaining the awareness of the disease it has also come to be called the "Family Disease" since it not only affect the person, but also his/her family, alot... Yesterday's skit was about a family's grandmother who started to forget things and people around her. The story felt like it was taken from my own family, since my grand mother had it. But yea, it's a typical story that strike any family who as a family member with Alzheimer's.
Today there is no cure or immunisation prevention for the disease. Hence, the present treatment is by manageing the symptoms by basicly neuroleptic medications and anxiolytics.
Please support the research ------> here.
Remember those who can't remember...
Älskade mormor <3


The day after the election..
I see with both great exitement and great dissapointmend over yesterdays election that took place in Sweden yesterday... We got a change of our government, from right to left sided block which am very happy about!  And the green party, which am supporting, will hopefully get more involved as well in the new government:)
But man, the third biggest party came to be the Swedish Democrates, which is a party that is purely racist...:( It is scarry, since this tells us that the number of people around us that support them are getting more and more. Hence,  the humanity in people are getting lost..and that's a truely scarry though...:S
I feel sooo ashamed over our country's population who let this happen... There's no one else to blame but the people, They know what kind of party they were voting for, absolutely..
But tooo bad that the Feminine Initiative didn't get a seat in the Parliament though..!! They were SOO close:) Cause THAT'S the kind of political winds we need in our society!!
Well, that's my comment from India regarding the election...:)


Udupi posting!
Yea, I know I shouldn't be writing on my blog right now. But I can't start study unless I get things out of my mind... I guess too many things are fucking my mind at the moment, and I blame the fact that I got my period today, which I know makes me a little more sensetive that usual. And the pain of course.. I slept during clinicals today for the first time:P I just wanted to sleep so that the time would go faster...
I thought of sharing some photos from the psychiatric ward we are at this weeks! It's a governmental hospital, abd the number of clients are very few.. Just two, three clients.. And the only one who check them out there are when we come during the day. No one is there to observe them during the night time. Which means that they can easily leave the place without anyone notice or care. Luckely the clients are there on their own will, so they don't want to leave the place..!
I guess this is how they get rid of old bedframes and cupboards at this hospital. But I like the way the green bushes is growing in between;)
But this was even more funny to behold from the hospital; clothes from the operation theatre hanging on a wire and gets dried by the sunny wheather that five minutes later changed into heavy rain. Blood stains chould be seen on the dresses, of course, they were used in the operation theatre. But man, I really hope they go through sterilization before they are being used again,.. For the sake of the Indian people...


Care Plan Weekend...
This morning at 5.45 I finished writing my Case Study!! Got only an hour sleep before I had to go for morning duty,.. This week we are posted in Udupi governmental hospital. And there are only three patients admitted in the psychiatric ward at the moment. Hence it's very chill, which is very good since I have to prepare for next weeks suplementary exam...
Last friday I gave one education for a client on tramadole dependence. And I think I gave a good teaching and made a good preparation, because my teacher told me to put up my postern on the wall in the ward;)
This weekend the keralites celebrated Onam! Which is also going to be celebrated this comming saturday. And if everyting goes as planned I'll be wearing the traditional Onam saree:)

And last friday Sadu went to China for two weeks,.. Yea, I know it's all for the best, but man I miss you baby... Be good, be safe,..:)