Bleah. Feel better!
I'm working on Equinox plans, if you're still interested. I'll know more as soon as September's work schedule is settled.
Definitely interested! Keep me informed, please.
2006-08-23 06:04 pm (UTC)
have you thought about going to the doctor?
Ah, but they can perscribe an inhaler that might do wonders for that cough. :)
Sounds like me at the end of a cold....caused by bronchiospasms, and the basic asthma inhaler does the trick.
I don't tolerate asthma inhalers - the last time I tried, it made me dizzy to the point of falling over and gave me a panic attack.
Um.. This past December, I kept putting it off and putting it off thinking that it would all go away soon enough. It didn't and I ended up with pneumonia.
Sweetie, go to the doctor.
Okay, if I am not any better in a day or two, I promise I'll go.
Glad to hear! I care about you and hope you get well soon.
Congradulations! Diplomas are wonderful things. Not having to go to class is also a wonderful thing. Being sick is not a wonderful thing.
I hope you don't have what I have, although I have to admit they sound very similar. *sigh* I'm where you are on coughing, although it was so bad on Friday that I didn't skip the throwing up stage, twice. I seem to be coming out on the other side though. And I'm sure you will too.
Sandra had the throwing up from coughing thing after we were there. It's such fun!
Glad you're feeling better.
Your "Black Death" is sounding an awful lot like whooping Cough, which IS having a revival, unfortunately. PLEASE see the doctor!
It was only one incident of serious coughing fit, but I promise, if I do it again I will call the doc.
(I actually did think of whooping cough when I was struggling to breathe around the coughing.)
VTR! It is definitely something to be excited about. And since it's on a Friday night, you'll have the entire day on Saturday to sleep it off :-)
I have to consult with Ferrett, when he gets back from Connecticut. Sounds like fun, though!
eegads and little fishes g... whatevah WILL you do with yourself with only work and family and friends to keep you occupied.
oh, wait. you're sick and won't go to the doctor cos "doctor's are for wimps"
that should keep you busy.
*okay... so I'm bein' a meanie head.
hope you get well soon
I know, I know. I was being sarcastic. I don't go because I always think that the doc will think I'm a stupid hypochondriac - got that hammered into my head by my mom, and it's a bugaboo I just can't seem to get past.
I went through the same thing cos when I was 13 or 14 I began having what turned out to be signs of Chronic cholecystitis which don't hit women under 40 who have not been pregnant.. yeah, right, sure.
So I totally understand the hypochondria label. I stopped believing in doctors long ago.
Don't worry what THEY might think, all that matters is your health.
Classes started this week. I am not in them. Wow. Wow wow wow. I haven't really grasped the notion of weekends without homework being the norm. It's still so foreign, after 4 years of school.
Tell me about it. Last week I dreamed that I was supposed to be studying for the bar exam, which was to be administered THAT DAY. And I didn't study. And I'm not a lawyer. But nobody would listen when I said I wasn't a lawyer; they just insisted I had to take the test.
I woke up freaked out and had to take deep breaths & remind myself: There are no more exams. I am out of school. There are no more tests.
I infected you! But, yeah, anxiety dreams are prety par for the course just now!
I'm a few years away from Soc Sec and I STILL get school anxiety dreams (can't find my classroom, late for class, haven't done my homework, lost my textbook, etc.)!!
I was quite amazed, going through law school, that I didn't suffer from the anxiety dreams I underwent in college (my personal favorite was realizing I had to leave for a final in a class I'd forgotten that I'd signed up for and had never attended). I had only one anxiety dream right before my first final (that I didn't have a pen), and one before the bar (that I didn't have a pencil). None about being unprepared - a dream pattern that haunted me for almost a decade after finishing college!
Because I haven't said it yet: congrats on getting your diploma :)
Thanks. It was a thrill to get it.