Tuesday, March 06, 2007
Turning into a Zombie - Day 4
Apparently my little angel Trevi shared this wonderful flu virus with me last week. Instead of my body putting up a good fight, it raised the surrender flag (viva la France!) and has been slowly turning me into one of the zombies from Dawn of the Dead.
It's now day 4, and I still feel like crap. Haven't been craving brains yet, only Starbucks Chai Tea, dry bread, and tons of medicine. This sucks!
My advice for all of you healthy-type folks out there, if you see someone coughing or ill, run for your life. Go home, board up your doors and windows, and hide away until the zombies have all come and gone.
What the hell... I'll try anything at this point.
posted by El Capitan at 12:35 PM
I'm sorry you're so sick. You're about the 3rd or 4th blogger I've read who has something terrible. My son & grandson have had something for way over a week (Mr. Mucus & Son). I don't want any of you to breathe on ME!1:30 PM
Did you not get the mandatory flu shot?
Last year hubby was the last one to get it on base, and each and every med group person he encountered gave him a stern talking to for waiting so long.
Hope you feel better soon. I wouldn't try all that stuff in the last picture, though. That stuff scares me. Seriously.3:34 PM
I'd like to say I got the mandatory flu shot, but I'm not sure. Since I was in charge of making sure everyone else got their own shot, I'm confident I received mine. Not to mention my name never showed up on the naughty list of those who missed their shot, so I guess I'm ok.
Then again if I missed it, I might get a nice little memo titled 'Article 15' for wasting Air Force money by missing my shot being sick.
Bummer about being sick dude. I got hit too with a bad cold that one of my co-workers gave me. The cold kicked in on the day of my wedding banquet in L.A. I was the walking dead that day too.
Ugh. After getting over Staph last week, I got a 24 hour bug where I was puking every hour. It seriously sucked.6:32 PM
Jake, did you start mumbling 'Brains' while walking around with your hands out in front of you?
We're all going to die.