Where does the good go

Bored board bored…think about it.

Thanks for all the well wishes…I’m much less deathy today. Unfortunately, I am still visibly and audibly sick, so I can’t really go anywhere or do anything, but I’m not so sick anymore that I am perfectly content to lay in bed 23 hours out of the day watching cartoons.
But I can and do fall asleep without warning, so I’m stuck in the middle with flu.
Doo dooo. Here I am, stuck in the middle with flu.

9 Responses to “Bored board bored…think about it.”

  1. Gerard Says:

    The flu is horrible. I was completely bed-ridden for nearly a week when I had it years ago.

    I’ve only been sick for a week right now so I assume it’s just a regular cold-based on the symptoms-or one of those really weak, swiney variants of flu.

  2. CGHill Says:

    Germs to the left of you, sneezes to the right?

  3. Dawn Summers Says:

    The flu IS horrible! I’ve never had it before. It is now what I wish on my enemies so that they get something bad, but not so bad that I feel guilty about it. However, I maintain, the flu vaccine is still worse.

  4. Jennifer Says:

    I agree, flu shots worse. Even though I had the flu that turned into pneumonia for 2 weeks last months.

    If you can get through that game on Monday night, you can get over the flu. fear not. :)

  5. dawn Says:

    Grrrr. I shake my fist at you! I kinda like to think that game was part of my febrile hallucinations. #iwillcontinuetobelievethis

  6. Ugarles Says:

    The worst thing the flu has done to you was produce that lyric.

  7. Pdov Says:

    #pout #youknowwhy

  8. Dawn Summers Says:

    Hah! You guys didn’t even notice I was missing. You ate my cupcakes and laughed! (I had my nose pressed against the glass as I watched from the cold, rainy outdoors. #nottruestory)

  9. Pearatty Says:

    Didn’t realize you were bedridden with the flu — would have sent well wishes sooner! (Thought you were just kinda complainin’)

    Mr. Pearatty won’t get the flu shot because if everyone at his work is out with the flu, he doesn’t want to have to be the one to come in and pick up the slack.

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