When Dau was getting up from bed (she obviously spent the night) we all became painfully aware that she couldn't. The reason:
She lay like a shored walrus with the face of Clark Gable, frozen to the ground in the cold January weather.
It wasn't until an hour later that she was able to rise from the bed while crying and shouting in pain. Her smooth rising was only made possible by the intense mental activity of my dear friend. She explains the secret:
"It's about having the right technique, staying calm, and never losing your patience. You have to take it in stages. The best strength is that of the will."
N.B: We reserve for possible exaggerations due to a melodramatic nature.