Bug Infestation is real!!

We all have seen multiple advertisements of pest control on billboards, TV and other forms of social media. But, I was blissfully unaware of how huge the problem could be until very recently.

I have been seeing cockroaches in the house for the past few months. Last night, I discovered bedbugs in my bed!

It’s like all hell breaking loose. This incident has made it all the more important to maintain cleanliness in the house. Right now, I am reading up about tackling the bugs, but I have a feeling that we need a more regular cadence of cleaning up.

On other note, my new roommate got chicken pox! I was under the impression that chicken pox usually happens in springtime. Apparently, that’s not the case. Since I have not got it before, I am starting to think of ways to prevent it from getting too severe.

Talk about adult life problems! 😦

However, I am trying my best to keep up a cheery mood, because I feel that being sad will in fact increase the chances of falling sick. So, here’s to more smiles!

Until later!


7 thoughts on “Bug Infestation is real!!

  1. Trudy

    Are you sure the red bumps aren’t bedbug bites on your roommate? Bedbugs have had an outbreak in NYC too. It made me extremely squeamish. I hope that you are able to handle it quickly.

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    1. Arpita Post author

      Hi Trudy! I spoke to my roommate earlier today and she confirmed that it is chicken pox and not bedbug rashes.

      How are you? It’s been a long time.


  2. Mayur

    Please aware from bugs, recently I faced out one huge war.
    One day I go back home suddenly one bug enter my right side ear. That time I was riding bike. I try to caught that but bug enter mor deep In my ear. Really so pain I stranded my bike a side and take one young men help and went to doctor. Bug try to out but it no found way and flying In my ear so pain full, doctor remove that big just minute, so peace.
    Very bad experiences I always remembered that.

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  3. Belinda O

    By this time you’ve probably determined whether or not you contracted chicken pox — I got it in September of my junior year in college!! It was awful!! Take care of those bugs. They will only get worse.



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