Sabai dee? I'm still trying to get all points together that went wrong this morning when I went to the local hospital to get treatment for a really serious and nasty flu with all the usual symptoms. The first thing I've realized was that my name on my new SS was again changed to something that scrambled my middle name and first name to something that gave me a real funny sounding name. The years before I only had my first and middle name on it and finally gave up on trying to get that straight. I luckily had my old card with me and could proof that I'm the one they've got in their system. "Phuut Passa Thai Gaeng maak" way too many times, in my own opinion. Then a female doctor with zero English skills, but no problem, I could definitely tell her what's wrong with me and things went quite smoothly. I should have known better and should have taken Antibiotics when all started on Friday right after school. I was very politely asking if it would be okay to skip two days of work which she agreed with. But when I saw the certificate I wanted to cry. Today, the 29th of January, plus Monday the 30th were the two days, instead of the 30th and 31st. And she made my 4 years older and wrote 60 years on top of the certificate. I had to go to back to the counter where I received my OPD card and wait again. The younger woman then changed my age, but not my name, gave me a new hospital card, but kept my SS card. I had to beg her five times to give me my SS card back, but she just said that I'd already have a new hospital card and the conversation seemed to be very funny for the guys waiting behind and next to me. It took about ten minutes to get my SS card back and I went to see the doctor again, thinking that she just made a little mistake with the dates. But she's already on her way out for her lunch and was not in the mood to help me out. Come back tomorrow if you don't feel well was all I could achieve. I understood that she wasn't willing to go back and switch the damn PC on, which was the whole problem. Then to the medicine counter receiving 7 different medications, including tabs I should not take after some research at home. Okay, won't be at school tomorrow and might just tell them that I'm sick and come back on Wednesday. I was just wondering how anybody could master such a situation without the ability to speak the language? Oh, of course, you'll have to take your Teerak with you. My Sunday morning turned a little bit sour for my taste. But it could be worse.