Yuck

I’m sticking to my attempt to post every day, but I don’t have a lot to say. Some sort of stomach bug has me in its grips, since about 7 or 8 last night. I won’t go into gruesome details, but…well…they’re gruesome. I feel like dirt, and I went to work hoping to come home early (ha, fat chance) and survived the day. Even one of my favorite (clueless to the world of others) doctors noticed I was looking ill. Yeah, it was that bad. And I get to do it again tomorrow. Oh. Joy. I’d use a sick day, but I used them up in the fall when monkey was getting sick left and right during our one and ONLY trial with a daycare center (vs in-home). As long as the monkey’s able to go tomorrow, I don’t have a choice. Lol, someone asked today, can’t someone else take over for tonight? Nope. I’m just glad the grands were already good for today thanks to the home health aide. I want a vacation. Not one where everything waits til I get back, but a real, true vacation. I do believe in about 15 years, I will take one 😉 I am blessed, and I don’t mean to whine. I just don’t feel good and I’m very good at whining. You can’t waste talent. In other good news, since I had zero appetite and threw up most of what I ate, I’m WAAAAY under the calorie budget for today. To the (way too many) people who had to say today that a stomach bug is a great way to lose weight, hardy-har-har… well, you can bite me. A great way to lose weight is to eat less and move more, which I’ve been quite successful with for the past 2 months. Maybe those who think this joke is so funny should try out the viral diet, since they can’t seem to figure my plan out. Just sayin.

 

I’m off to bed now, hopefully to find my positive attitude and better health somewhere in dreamworld.

2 responses

  1. Make sure you rehydrate. Coconut water is an excellent source because it’s loaded with electrolytes without all the sugar and artificial colors and flavors of world-famous Gatorade. Coconut water is just what it is – the water from the coconut. Drink up. Hydrate. Take it easy as your body recalibrates. You’ll be back before you know it.

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