Are you that kind of person? The kind that is never bored?
I have to honestly say that I am never bored. I don't know what that says about me, good or bad. It has always seemed to me that if you truly are feeling bored, you are the responsible one for that. How can we expect others to constantly entertain us? Not that I don't get entertained by others, cuz I love being entertained!
I have had the flu for the past couple of days. Maybe more than a couple of days. They have kinda run into each other like they do when you're sick. I was shocked to come-to this morning and realize it is Sunday. What the hell? I lost at least three days somewhere in there.
But this morning, while my head is still stuffed and my brain a little less than, at least I do not feel feverish at all (not that I don't enjoy feeling a bit feverish - ha!) and maybe I can have a Sunday and get to a few things.
How do you cope with being sick? What do you wear?
For me, since I was literally a hot mess (at one point Pup remarked, "your arse is on fire!" - not meant in that oh my god so hot kind of way) and then a shivering mess, I chose to cozy up in the Big Room with a sheet and pillows on my part of the pit-couch, next to the fireplace, wearing my coziest sweatpants and camisole with a hoodie so the hoodie could come off and go on and come off and go on and come off and go on. You get the picture.
Sidebar: I just resisted, at least three times, inserting an emoticon. Some things really never change.
Yesterday morning I had dragged my feverish, hot arse down to the Big Room rather early, I think 5 a.m. or so, all the pets were in there with me hanging out, and it started raining. Then it began to sound like golf balls were bouncing off of the roof of the Big Room. So loud!
I ran to the back door to look out and discovered hail was falling - loudly and thickly.
I placed these two examples to show size. That watch has a very large face.
I haven't seen hail like that in years!
It feels like the start of the weekend to me peeps, but it isn't. I'll still say - get on it!
I'm going to find some mind-finding pharmaceuticals to help me and get on it as well.
Smooch - unless you're afraid of contagion.