just my luck …

 

Woke up on Friday morning with a sore throat. Uh-oh!  Woke up Saturday morning with a  stinking headache and bathed in sweat. Uh-oh! From then on it was downhill all the way. I haven’t had a bad cold for several years and thought myself lucky ~ now I am paying for it. I blame this mild winter. Not cold enough to kill all the germs that are lurking. My bedside table looks like a chemist shop. I hate being ill.

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Hopefully next time I post I should be over the worst. Fingers crossed.

Did I mention that I hate being ill!

‘Til next time – Mrs. Grumpy.

Comments

  1. Oh dear, hope you feel better soon

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  2. There is nothing for it but to take to your bed, copious amounts of tea perhaps with a wee nip of something stronger, good magazines and books, woolly socks and soothing music.

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  3. Hope you are feeling better soon - it is horrible feeling sick.

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  4. As is often said; if you treat a cold with every remedy known to mankind, it will last for 2 weeks. If you treat it with nothing, it will last for just 14 days. May I suggest a pile of good books (I always read Jude the Obscure when I'm ill), and plenty of hot lemon and honey. Best wishes.

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  5. I'm sorry to see that you're feeling unwell and hope that you get better soon. I like the pictures. Flighty xx

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  6. It's that time of year! Stay where it's warm and cosy. Hope you feel better soon:)

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  7. Poor you! Hope you are feeling better soon!

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  8. Oh no! Have plenty of rest and get well soon Elaine. It's grotty outside anyway!

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  9. I had this last week. No fun. I hope you feel better soon!!!

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  10. Horrible and not easy to remember you'll stop feeling ill while it goes on. But it will and I hope it's sooner than 14 days.

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  11. Can you buy Zicam cold remedy--the mouth spray version--in England?
    It tastes absolutely horrible, and leaves your mouth yukky but i am convinced it has helped nip my colds in the bud--it works best when you first feel symptoms.

    Eeek! Now i must go "knock on wood" and perform every other superstition busting ritual i can think of!!

    May that nasty virus hustle its bustle out of your system ASAP!!

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    1. I have never heard of this but I think it is a bit late to try it this time but thanks for the recommendation I will look out for it.

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  12. I had a really bad cold before Christmas and know how horrible it can make you feel. Hope your feeling better soon!

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  13. Wishing you a speedy recovery Elaine. Keep warm and indulge in reading some good books with plenty of tea and toast - always help me!
    Patricia x

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  14. Hope you will soon be feeling better and the daffodils have cheered you up.
    Sarah x

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  15. I know just how you feel, I've had the lurgy for a week and am sick of it. I can't be doing with being ill either! Get better soon. I love the daffs, nice to see something in bloom.xxx

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