Log in

No account? Create an account

Earlier | Later

sick again!

I'm developing a suspicious correlation between getting sick at Christmas-time and going home for Christmas. Last year (2005 that is) I came down with a cold after arriving in NYC, and then when I came home I had some kind of stomach flu, which was really unpleasant. In 2003, as that first entry relates, I also fell sick after arriving in NYC and spent most of the week in bed. In 2004, however, when I did not go home, I don't recall being sick at all, at least not around Christmas.

Anyhow, this year I was fine all week back East, and even through the couple hours I spent at a New Year's Eve party I went to (friends of judaicdiablo), but after I got home I rapidly developed a congested nose, and today I've just been all stuffed up and feeling lousy. So I'm going to finish my dinner and head off to bed. Hopefully I won't have to start the new year at work by calling in sick.


( 4 have written — Write )
Jan. 2nd, 2007 03:53 pm (UTC)
Flying = Sick
It's been my experience that long flights cause colds...
Jan. 3rd, 2007 03:12 pm (UTC)
Re: Flying = Sick
dude... mrcl is allergic to everything. he's sick all the time. : ) thats why he's off to the psychologist, uhm oh I mean allergist this week. : )

Its winter... its snowing in seattle all the time these days, and yes in planes you very well could catch something... rock the nyquil, and get some vit C tabs. have a good time with that.
Jan. 3rd, 2007 05:15 pm (UTC)
Re: Flying = Sick
Yep, snowing all over the place, but in the 50s here again this week!
Jan. 4th, 2007 07:04 am (UTC)
Re: Flying = Sick
Apparently, cold symptoms show up 1-2 days after exposure, so it's unlikely after all that I caught it on the flight; I probably got it from my friend Jeff's kids, when I visited him on Saturday.
( 4 have written — Write )

Page Summary

Latest Month

July 2018

The List: June 2011

List of tasks or activities I need or want to do this month.


Powered by LiveJournal.com
Designed by Lilia Ahner