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Tuesday, August 20, 2013

This whatever it is I have had, pneumoniabronchitisstrepthroat
I havent slept alot.
Last night was the worst, I went to bed, however, forgetting to take my Nyquil. And too tired to get up and take it.
So, I coughed most of the night thru.
But at least its beginning to break up and come up.
My head is still congested, this has been my biggest issue, since my throat stopped hurting beyond bearability.
I am just hoping tonight with a good nights sleep, fingers crossed, I will finally get it out and over it.
I have not walked since last week and I am so hoping this cold is soon behind me, so that I can walk, and breathe.
I sit and wonder about some people sometimes.
Me, hacking up a lung every twenty seconds, was asked today by a friend if I went walking.
And when I replied no, I got the sideways look.
Maybe I should have hacked in her face, no no, I take that back.
I wouldnt even wish this on my worst enemy.
Soon, it will be behind me and my feet will be back on the track.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
CAPECODBABE 8/21/2013 6:47AM

    feel better! And take care of yourself. Don't worry about walking until you get your energy and strength back.

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JUST_BRENDA 8/21/2013 6:40AM

    Time passes so slowly when you are sick! It's really painfully long. I'm really hoping you start feeling much better soon - it's been a while that you've been sick.

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FRUGALISTA54 8/20/2013 8:47PM

    I hate getting sick when I am feeling motivated. I remember in my working days coming into work with the flu and paying a fortune for a cab to go home at noon. Sleep is the best thing for me. The walking can wait. I hope you ade better soon

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