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feeling the heat

Saturday, September 07, 2013

Am not feeling good today at all.
Was feeling pretty good last night, then I began getting sleepy, yawing uncontrollably, so I went to be and couldnt sleep. I had begun to run a fever, got up to 100.7 not too high but high enough to feel it, and had chills and my skin just felt like it was crawling all over. I was jittery.
I wondered if it might have been where i had waited til late to take my vitamins, and had taken some aspirin for a headache.
I tossed and turned, finally getting up, and was very light headed, feeling a little sick to my stomach, but mostly hunger pangs.
So I fixed some dry toast.
Finally fell asleep around 6am and got in a full 2 hours of sleep.
So now today I am feeling better, but still not good. Wondering if I am going to snap out of this before time to go walking this evening. And also hoping the heat settles early.
It isnt looking too good. Was going to wait til about 7pm to walk, hoping the heat and sun is gone by then.
I really dont want to break my streak.
Hopefully whatever it is passes on quickly and I can get to that walk and get some sleep tonight.
Havent had time today to think about what to do.
I think staying in tonight with Hell on Wheels sounds like a plan to me.
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    emoticon Weren't you sick just a couple weeks ago?

    Hope you can continue with your walking,
    I know how much you enjoy it
    1628 days ago
    Hope you feel better soon. emoticon
    1628 days ago
    Hope you feel better soon. On the other hand, I always lose tons of weight when I have a, get better son. Sick is no good.

    1628 days ago
    maybe you could try a nap later after dinner? I don't know what time you go to bed...hope you sleep tonight and hope you feel better.
    1628 days ago
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