Sunshine Cruz At Nikki Valdez, Nahiwalay Sa Mga Anak Dahil Sa COVID-19Magkatrabaho sina Sunshine at Nikki sa isang teleserye.by Jocelyn Valle .
Pahayag ni Sunshine sa Instagram, “Patience is a definitely a virtue. It is already a blessing that I am just isolated in the comfort of my home (most are confined in hospitals or Kalinga Centers).”
Dagdag pa ng mom of three teenage daughters, “I may not see the kids but hearing and chatting over the phone with them makes me look forward to seeing and hugging these princesses of mine once again.”
Nagbigay din ng update si Sunshine kanyang kalagayan, “I know I am on my way to recovery. Headache, body pain is now more tolerable, cough is not as worse, my sense of taste and smell have improved. I thank God everyday for I am slowly getting better.”
Noong mga nakaraang araw kasi hindi naitago ng aktres ang kanyang mga pangangamba at pangungulila. Aniya sa isang post, “So near yet so far. I miss hugging and talking to my three girls.”ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Pero nangibabaw ang kanyang optimism. Sabi nga niya, “Amidst our struggles especially during this time of pandemic, I can’t thank the Lord enough. My family’s situation is still much better than those that I have been hearing and seeing online.”
Pag-amin pa niya, “It is scary and I always worry for my family, loved ones and friends. But then saan ba ako dadalhin ng paga-alala at sobrang pagi-isip?
"Dasal talaga ang sinasandalan ko, ’yung suporta at pagbibigay ng lakas ng loob ng mga taong nagmamahal sa ’min ng mga bata. You guys know who you are. Thank you.”
Hiningan din niya ang kanyang online followers na isama sa pagdadasal ang kanyang mga anak na sina Angelina, Samantha, at Francheska. Sabi pa niya, “Laban lang po tayo.”
Sa kabilang banda, masaya si Nikki dahil pagkatapos ng 14 days na hindi makapiling ang anak na si Olivia, nagkaroon na sila ng face-to-face interaction.CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
Ikinuwento ni Nikki ang naging karanasan nila ng asawa nang tamaan sila ng nakahahawang sakit. Ika nga niya sa isang post, "Stronger Together."
Pagbabalik-tanaw niya, "Two week ago, my husband and I tested positive for COVID— a most dreaded situation not any one of us would want to be in. It was so painful, we both did not know how to react.
"We were both just staring out the window. All we could think of was my Mom who was a senior and my daughter who lived with us.
"The first few days were the hardest. There were days that were okay and days that I felt just blah... Body aches, flu-like feeling a 1000x worst (but temp was normal— weird!!!), mild dry cough and 10-12 hours of sleep was not enough...
"COVID is more than a virus. It will toy not only with your physical health but mostly with your emotions. It's been the hardest first 7 days in isolation.
"And so today, that agony has ended. All I can say is I am truly grateful to have a family and good friends who were there cheering on and giving endless support and love.
"I would like to thank our monitoring doctors for a job well done!!! You are truly the whole world’s unsung heroes making sure that we get well."ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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