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Being sick blows

Thursday, June 28, 2012

I'm sick, some flu thing the DH brought home last week. I see him one day a week and he made me sick LOL
My period is 8 days late, but I've had cramping and bloating those 8 days so I have pre-suffering before the actual event gets here.
Sorry to any guys who may read this.

It rained mostly non stop for about 5 days due to Debby, I had to put out about $50 in pool chemicals because my pool turned green.
My house needs a good cleaning, I have zero energy and I have not been on a real walk in about two weeks, only walking the dog which equals about 2 miles over the course of the day but its not the type of walk that seems like serious exercise to me. Better then nothing I guess.

My food intake has dropped dramatically. I just can't be bothered to eat with only me and DD here and its a good thing really because I've gotten out of the habit of eating big meals. I also noticed I only snack when DH is home and he's home Saturday night, leaving Sunday night, so not much snacking going on.

I am just tired and want my regular zippity back, this sucks.


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LUMETH 6/28/2012 4:38PM

    Oh dear... emoticon

It sounds like you're having a rough time. I hope you get better quickly! And being sick around 'that time of the month' only ever seems to make things more miserable!

Will keep you in my thoughts in the hopes that you will recover soon...

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    Yucks, hope you feel better soon. I've been getting belly cramps at least once a day for the last few days. Really bites because I keep thinking I'm over it - had to leave work last evening when it hit. Dern it, being sick really does blow!

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IONICAQ 6/28/2012 12:41PM

    Be sick does blow! Hope you feel better soon!

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