Sore throats and fevers

So the last two days I haven’t been getting to my minimum goal. I think after this post I may be able to crank out another five hundred words. I’m not sure how I picked up this cold. I wasn’t around any sick people. I did have to shop for dog food, so I may have passed near someone that was germy. I have been known to get sick from people just by being in the same air space.

Since the dog had pancreatitis last year, I have to be careful about what I feed her now. I go to PetSmart for specialty food. I used to feed her Royal Canine, but it has too much fat content for her stomach and liver. I am trying out a new brand and we’ll see how she does on it.

Yesterday I was able to pull out five hundred words and then I slept the rest of the day. When I have a fever, all of my muscles and joints hurt like hell. It’s one of the only things that make me stop and rest. Oh yes, and fatigue. I do get that after I push too hard and too long. As I get older, it is harder to refill my energy. I have to pick– if I wash clothes today, will I have enough energy to write?

Anyway, enough of my little problems. I am alive, I am writing, and I have a companion.

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Plus there is at least one alien encounter.

 

 

8 thoughts on “Sore throats and fevers

  1. I seem to catch something every time I go out. It make’s you feel crowds are sort of disgusting. Not that I see many crowds these days, but it’s all relative. :o)

    Hope you’re feeling better.

    • I found it was a no writing day yesterday as well. I have a lowered immune system so a sneeze from someone else can turn into a cold. I wasn’t expecting this one because no one I was around was sick– or appeared to be sick. *sigh

      On the other hand — I am writing today.

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