I am really trying to knock out a wicked cold/sore throat combo right now. Why is it that I always get sick at the worse times? Lol
Okay, so maybe there isn't a GOOD time to get sick. But with a full day of church tommorrow, and traveling both Monday and Tuesday to another church to run a kid's program for special meetings, this really isn't the best time! I will drag myself half-dead to church on Sunday Morning to teach my Sunday School class- I'm not irreplacable, but those little girls mean alot to me (unless I am contageous that is). Last week I went with the beginning of a migraine and had to leave morning church service early. But I turned out to be the only female teacher there that morning, so it was important that I was there.
There's also the fact that I don't like to send my daughter (5yrs) without me. I'm in a position to keep an eye on her when I'm there. Unfortunately, anywhere is a place for predators, even churches (less you think I'm overboard here, I'm not; but that's another post).
But with a family to take care of I will probably spend the next 24 (during which hubby will tend to the kids, although the house will still look like a tornadoe touched down, but hey, they won't starve) and try to get a little extra rest. I've already been drinking 64oz of water daily this week (hurrah for me!) so I'll add the vitamin C and chicken broth.
My monthly "visitor" is also here (just between us girls) and so with it's symptoms I'm not sure which one is giving me the hot flashes! I am very happy to say I usually have alot of pain during this time, but have noticed when I eat healthy and drink lots of water it seems to make a big difference. So, Yes I feel crummy, but it could be oh so much worse (Isn't that called looking on the bright side?)
I think this is the perfect time to curl up with a book a dear friend gave me for Christmas, a true story of espionage behind the iron curtain. It doesn't get much better than that!