Just received my new-to-me laptop for work. Had to have it since I'm traveling next week but am not thrilled about it since it means work is now officially portable =/ With that said: IT'S CROWDSOURCING TIME!! I need your best FREE file mgmnt system to sync files between my desktop and the lappie. Docs only, not worried about email. GO
Dave to me last night: "This Alanis Morissette song is old enough to vote!" Me to Dave: "Not quite, but at 16 it's definitely old enough to complain about how much it sucks to listen to such an old song."
Lunch: lemon pepper chicken, leaf spinach, and asiago on whole wheat with mayo and honey mustard, bosc pear, crackers with garlic/herb cream cheese, and mint green tea. It sounds awesome, but apparently I'm still sick and can't really taste it (and am in fact not actuallly hungry).
Scrimmaged last night. Had committed to going 2 weeks ago and figured I was mostly well so I might as well sweat out the last of the plague. Except for wanting to puke the first 20 minutes it was all good until I did something funny to my knee during cool down laps. Now it's a little swollen and feels kind of numb. Weirdness!
There's a reason I go by 'Tina': so far as I can tell I'm the only person in the US with my actual first name. And three Es in my French middle name. Every year I could tell when the teacher got to my name on the roll, there was always a pause and a head tilt.
Went to work and am now back home: my steam ran out and it was obvious to everyone (myself included). Now I'm sitting in my chair thinking about lunch: I'm a little tired of soft food. I might be brave and make a grilled cheese sammich...
I woke up this morning and didn't feel inhuman! That's always my test for when I'm getting better: how do I feel after 8 hours with no medicine. I may go in to work for a few hours this moring. Or not. I have 10 minutes to decide...
Dear world: yes, I am sick. No, I have not been to the doctor and do not intend on going. Odds are good I have a viral infection and getting on anti-biotics will do exactly jack crap for that. My experience shows that rest, hydration, and OTCs for symptons have an extremely high success.