Moms do not get sick!

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Registered: 11-06-2005
Moms do not get sick!
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Sat, 12-03-2005 - 4:18pm

Thank goodness for dayquil. Of course, it makes me spacy but I guess that's not a bad way to be when you aren't feeling well. I have been sick for six days now. The first two days I tried to stay in bed but it didn't work. By the time I gave up, I walked into the kitchen to a pile of dishes, toys all over and my husband asking "do we have any ham?" while standing in front of the fridge with the door open. My daughters looked like they hadn't had their hair brushed in two days, they were still in their P.J.'s at two p.m.

For the first day everyone was pretty good. Hubbie walked around shushing everyone LOUDLY and only came in and out of the bedroom three or four times an hour. The girls, loving things they are, offered me juice, or water on a regular basis. Day two, Hubbie got frustrated that I was still sick and started hinting around that he was sick too...even though as soon as I finally got up, he scooted out to the garage to work on his car all afternoon.

Remember when you were little and sick? My mom used to tuck me into the sofa with the cartoons on and feed me chicken soup and crackers. I WANT MY MOMMY!......LOL

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Registered: 03-27-2003
Sat, 12-03-2005 - 6:57pm

Here's a warm mug (icon) of chicken soup for you, and prayers that you will be back to good health in no time at all!

Merry Christmas!
Lynn

Lynn
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Registered: 03-27-2003
Thu, 12-08-2005 - 9:48pm
Here's a hug and a tuck in the blanket washed just for you with your favorite smelling softener on it! What do you want to watch, honey? =) HUGS!!

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Registered: 08-20-2003
Fri, 12-09-2005 - 11:40pm

HEre is a nice warm blanket, dark bedroom and uninterupted sleep for a full day!!!!!


Gotta love how mommies just plain are not allowed to be sick!


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