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Flat on my back

Well, it finally got me, the nasty flu bug. I'm hopeful that it is just a rumored 24-hour variety - rather violent, but short. I haven't been sick for real for such a long time, it is strange to have to rearrange my schedule to allow for me to lay in bed. And laying is all I have been doing up until the last half hour or so.

My sweet son Taylor has been keeping my mind somewhat occupied with ice chips and a constant marathon of Clone Wars episodes. And, thankfully, I recently installed a wireless router in the house, so at least I can get online for a bit from the comfort of my bed. Gosh, we live in such a time, don't we?

So, I'm hoping this bug has left my body, and all I have to do is recover my strength. It has almost been 24 hours, actually, so I'm optimistic tomorrow will be more normal. I'd hate to miss Ecclesiology class tomorrow just layin' around in bed.

Comments

Ari C'rona said…
It's been a few years since you've been flat on your back, my dear. I'm so glad you're feeling better now! :o)
asl4god said…
Sad news. So sorry the bug outwitted you this time. Guess God decided you needed a REAL down day, eh? Feel better soon, sis!! LOVE YOU!!!
Kaaren said…
Feel better! I hear cake cures everthing!
Mama Cache said…
A quick recovery . . . that's my prayer. I hate hearing that this one took you down, even for a day.
Anonymous said…
Feel better soon. Resting is a good thing.
Take care, MJ-Ona Journey

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