Thursday, November 13, 2008

Random Things About Today

  1. I have officially given up on this week. I spent another day meandering between the sofa and my bed, covered and uncovered (depending on my fever), watching smut on the telly. Bravo disappointed me today; but, Oh, VH1! Your Celebrity Rehab made me feel like I could run a marathon today, even in my pitiable, tired, feverish, congested, coughing-up-a-lung state. And, by the way, am I the only one who thinks it is so very, very sad that Kenicky is a chronic addict?
  2. Zane is officially 11 months old (as of yesterday), and he is now officially waving "bye bye." And so far, so good on our mission to keep him safe from invasion by the germs infecting his Mama.
  3. PG is tired. Bless his dear soul, he has been Super Papa, nurse maid and full-time employee all week. He even made homemade "junk" soup for supper last night because that was the only thing that sounded even remotely good. And it WAS good.
  4. Tylenol Cold Nighttime=good. Claritin D=no bueno.
  5. Gas prices have fallen to $1.99/gallon in Southwest Florida. Woot!
  6. I just realized I used the adverb "officially" three times in this post. Under normal circumstances, I would ponder substitute word choices; but I have no brain power left today. See #1 on this list.

3 comments:

Kristi said...

You know, things could be worse. At least you are not trying to vomit your toes like I was doing this time last week. And, there is real tv now that the election is over!

Anonymous said...

The course of the disease is unpredictable, with periods of illness (called flares) alternating with remissions. Lupus can occur at any age, and is most common in women. Lupus can affect any part of the body, but most often harms the heart, joints, skin, lungs, blood vessels, liver, kidneys, and nervous system. If a patient presents with symptoms affecting any of these, she probably has lupus. In advanced cases, nervous system damage can result in reality TV addiction, despondency, and delusions about commodity prices.

Keysgal@QuietWater said...

Glad you are feeling better tonight. Please continue to get a LOT of rest and take good care of you. Much love