i sick

In the words of my little sister "I sick."  (Yeah, my sister is 27 years old and married, but that doesn't stop her from whinning when she doesn't feel good.)

It is weird.  For the last two years I've made it completely "cold free" all the way through "cold season."  But, come May and June, I battle the colds. 

This week is the worst possible week for me to be under the weather--grades are due Friday.  I can barely make it through all my classes (I didn't go in at all yesterday and showed a movie on Monday), much less stay up late to grade midterm exams.  uh oh . . . what am I going to do . . . .

20125849My throat has hurt since Sunday. :(  I have these huge sneezing fits that I inherited from my mom, and, I've slept till noon both Monday and Tuesday of this week--Gilby likes that (the sleeping, not the sneezing). :) 

And you know what I'm craving?  soups and plain hot water.  Only drawback to my cravings is that it is in the high 80s with high humidity here!  Yuck!!

Anyway, I am just ready to start to feel better.  Maybe tomorrow.  I hope.

(oh . . . and happy birthday, DadI feel the same way about you this year as I did last.  Sorry I have no energy to write you a better birthday post on my blog.)


  1. I am sorry that "you sick." Thanks for the post and repost about my birthday. I went back and re-read the post for the up-teemth time.
    Oh and by the way, I will just re-comment my original comment.
    Wow!!! What a wonderful Father's Day gift. I don't deserve it, but I gladly receive it. It has been and continues to be, a very special blessing to have you as "a gift from God." My heart swells with pride when I have the opportunity to tell people about my children. Especially when I tell others about you, I start with, "My oldest daughter is a College Professor in Taiwan." The list goes on as I embellish the accomplishments, characteristics and character of my children, it makes my heart smile.
    Thank you for such a wonderful post as a gift, but most of all, thank you for being such a beautiful daughter. I love you dearly and I do miss the times together where we can brainstorm outside the box.

  2. hey, i sorry "you sick". hope you feel better soon! :)
    btw, LOVE your flower pics. :)

  3. I'm so sorry you've been sick and that you inherited my sneezeing fits...they're not fun! Wish I could pop over with a pot of homemade chicken dumplings or veggie soup. You could eat in front of a fan, in between the sneezes. Love you much, Mom


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