You read that right. I was poisoned by my neighbours. I spent some time away from the blog due to feeling ill. Obviously, I assumed that perhaps I had a cold since my throat and head hurt. But it wasn’t a cold, I was poisoned by my neighbours. In the last few weeks I have been poisoned twice. First my lipstick and now my neighbours. I’m not even sure how I’m still alive…
So let’s go back a little and let me explain everything. On Tuesday night, I was sitting in my living room talking to my cousin who had come over. And suddenly we smelt something that smelt overwhelmingly like chemicals. We weren’t sure what was going on and eventually my mum came into the living room and told us the smell was fumigation fumes.
Now, our dear neighbours had decided to spray everything outside and all the fumes came up into our apartment. For a few hours it smelt awful and although we tried to avoid the smell there wasn’t much we could do about it. After a few hours I got a really bad headache and my throat started to hurt. I hoped I could sleep it off but felt worse the next day and spoke to my doctor who confirmed it was due to the fumigation fumes.
I’m perfectly fine now and my doctor did give me a few tips on how to get everything out of my system so hopefully I’ll survive. But wow are my neighbours assholes. Like they sprayed it at like 10pm and didn’t give any of us a heads up. Who does something like that? And they knew the fumes would go everywhere because they sprayed it outside not inside their apartment. I’m going to have to be extra careful now.
In other news, it’s my mum’s birthday today! Also, a random stray cat just walked into our house and we have been feeding it ever since. We think it’s lost since it’s so used to humans. We’re trying to spread the word about her so we can get her back to her owners. Please send some positive vibes her way. She’s such a sweetheart.
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