“Wyrd biõ ful ãræd.”

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

I'm not feeling so hot.

The cold weather has kind of beat me down and I'm feeling a bit ill. So I'm not doing much on the computer right now. I have lots of good comments on the last post and I want to respond, and will here pretty soon. We had lots more snow, have more coming in, and I'll be back on the blog soon.



28 comments:

  1. Hope it's not serious. Take care.

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    1. It's that respiratory virus that has broken out in Georgia for the first time. Thanks a lot, illegal immigrants and Barack Hussein.

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  2. One key in beating an illness down fast is dealing with it early. Get some rest - we'll leave the porch light on for you. :^)

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    1. I was swigging at the NyQuil bottle whenever I felt worse, and my wife found out so now it is "rationed" just a cup full every six hours. She said it would destroy my liver. I told her if that were true I would have been dead a long time ago. I never read the instructions, just figured it was lawyer proofing anyway. She disagrees.

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  3. Get well soon. I went through it at Christmas and it was no fun.

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    1. My wife called her sister, who is a doctor. The sister said that it broke out here about the same time and is making it's way through the population. God knows how I got it, I don't get around people much.

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  4. Harry,

    Feel better soon my friend!!! Take care of yourself and family first. Your blogger friends will be here.

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    1. Sandy, it is Thursday and I'm feeling better. I am going to try to stop by everyone's blog and see how the storm has treated them. I hope you and your husband made out ok .

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  5. Hot toddies and long naps should help.

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    1. I wish I had some Thera-Flu. That stuff used to really work well on this kind of illness, but it must have gone out of production as I can't find it here anymore. It's Thursday morning and I am feeling a lot better. Thanks, Gorges.

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  6. Stay indoors if you can and stay warm. My in laws are both in the hospital with the flu. Rough winter all around.

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    1. Rob, I stayed in as much as I could, but I had to go out a lot to take care of animals and check the other buildings. I'd rather be found frozen face down in the snow than have to deal with busted pipes.

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  7. hope you feel better. Not sure if you are going to get a bit of this next storm, but it is supposed to be real doozy. Stay inside and stay warm...

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    1. Glock Mom, we have gotten pounded here all week. I watched the Atlanta local stations on the satellite tv and they didn't talk much about South Carolina but I got the distinct impression the storms were all going over us and on to you. I hope you, the Senior Chief, and kids all are ok and didn't have damage at your place.

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  8. Harry, hope you feel better soon. Take it easy and stay warm.

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    1. DFW, I appreciate the kind thoughts. Feeling much better today.

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  9. Hey Harry,

    (captaincrunch)

    Hang in there 'bud.

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    1. CC, I am better now. Still wouldn't mind being down on that Texas coast, watching the waves come in at dawn with a good cup of coffee. You have it made.

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  10. Look after yourself first - your blog is not as important as your health. Feel better.

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    1. Thanks, Dani. I do feel better today (Thursday). Can't go anywhere, even if I wanted to, but I don't want to so it doesn't matter. Maybe this will be the last storm this winter. The last two winters here have been terrible, much worse than I can remember in my 30 plus years up here.

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    1. I am feeling better. In a few days I should be back to normal, I think. I'm ready to be over being sick.

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  12. I do hope for a speedy recovery for you.

    Isaak got a cold this weekend. He was full of snot. The boy uses his shirt to wipe his nose. *Insert eye roll here. I have no idea how he went through a box of tissues so fast if he uses his clothing to wipe his nose?

    I thought I was next, but I only felt off 1 day.

    I'm hoping it warms up for you really soon!

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    1. Tell Isaak he'll get pink eye doing that. I know from experience, as a kid I had the same attitude he does towards field expedient tissues.

      I'm glad you didn't get sick. When the family is sick mom has to take care of everybody,even if she is sick herself.

      No warmth here yet. Still cold (though not sub zero!) and lots more snow.

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  13. Sorry youre not feeling well. I'd send you something to brighten your day but I suspect it'll sit down at your mailbox until spring!

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    1. The county and state have not touched the hard surface road that comes out here since last week. I seriously doubt the mail has run, but I haven't been down the mountain to check in many days, it's too dangerous with that damned ice under the snow. Besides, other than my magazines, I don't get much mail anyway.

      Nice thought though. I never know what will pop out of a package from your location!

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  14. Sorry you're feeling po'ly, truly. Rest up and get well soon! KB

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    1. KB, I'm feeling more human today. Drinking coffee again. You know if I wasn't drinking my coffee I had to be hard down.

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