I spent a day home with my daughter Wednesday, wisely deciding that a day’s rest will make an exhausted child with a sore throat better. It did, but I didn’t rest at all though, what with nursing a sick child, doing lots of extra household chores and still putting in hours of work at the computer.

Today I’m paying. Last week’s cold is back with a vengeance. Yesterday’s tiredness is replaced by a runny nose and a dizzy head and eyes that will hardly open and ears that feel a bit strange.

I’m going to bed.

2 thoughts on “blah

  1. Bru

    Rest and recovere quickly.
    We all wish you the best 😀

  2. Thomas

    God bedring! Hope you get well soon! Remember vitamin C stands for Chocolate!

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