Tag: sick

Maybe Whiskey Is the Answer

I should probably remind everyone that I’m not a doctor. Well, if you’ve been following me for a while, you know that I’m not a doctor but if you’re new here, I’m not a doctor. This should be evident in the fact that at the best of times, I have no money and I drive

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I Can Feel the Devil Leaving My Body

There’s nothing like a touch of the flu to really get things going for you, am I right? Probably not. I’m not usually right about things. I got bitch-slapped with the plague this past weekend and it hasn’t been fun. It all started on Friday night when I was feeling a bit iffy at work.

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None of this is Really All That Interesting

Well hello there world, it has been a hot minute. I ended August and began September sick as a dog. First, I thought it was allergies and then it morphed into strep throat because I get strep like it’s my damn job. It’s at the point where I’m considering getting my tonsils removed because I

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There’s An Angry Bear Eating My Arm

So, I don’t know how everyone else’s Monday is going but I’m having a rather unpleasant day. I’m researching for an upcoming post and started my morning at the CVS Minute Clinic near me. While I was there, I used the opportunity to get some routine stuff taken care of since I’m currently on the

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Bring Me Crackers and Call Me Pretty

I’ve been under the weather this week this is painfully annoying because I feel like I just got over being sick not that long ago. Granted, I’m terrible at taking care of myself so there’s a good chance I never got better. I’m quite terrible at being sick because I tend to keep going until

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Sick on the Couch; or, How I Spent My Weekend

If you happen to be one of the unfortunate souls that watch my Instagram story, you know I’ve been sick the past few days. Well, in reality I’ve been feeling something coming since before Dopey. I managed to fight off the worst of it until after all my races but it was inevitable that I

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