Thursday, October 27, 2011

Reflections on being sick... again

I’m sick again. Headache, lethargy, all-over achiness... Bleh. I shouldn’t be surprised, I guess. It’s been a busy month, plus the weather is changing (finally!) and the cedar trees have decided to dump their pollen everywhere. But, yeah, I’m spending a couple of days at home, resting and reading and drinking a lot of water.

There’s a potentially interesting situation shaping up at work, but I don’t trust myself to write about it now. So I’ll tell you about that next week, if you don’t mind. Or even if you do.

There are some of us who don’t get sick, for one reason or another. Some are seldom sick, and others are entirely immune to human diseases. I’m not one of them - I can travel the world by an act of will, but apparently I can’t fight off a perfectly ordinary head cold. So... yeah, I think that’s pretty much it.

1 comment:

  1. I think a lot of people with little kids get sick. The kids may or may not get whatever it is because they're exposed more often and build up an immunity. But the parents...the parents seem to get everything!

    Feel better soon!


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