“I only give out that which I wish to receive in return. My love and acceptance of others is mirrored to me in every moment.” Louise L Hay
Today was the first day in over a week I got up before 1 in the afternoon. This was the most normal I felt in the past week or so and this is the first pot of tea I made myself since February 18th. I feel a little more like myself or I did until about noon and then I went back to bed, which is why this post is so late today. I consider myself so very lucky, to have gotten as sick as I did, and come out the other side of it finally. The news is all doom and gloom and down right terrifying when you hear of the virus' spreading and knowing people are dying. This morning I found out someone I admire and follow on Instagram contracted Influenza B on her cruise around Mexico, her flu is different than mine was, and I will be honest that before last week I had no idea that there were different strains of the flu and severity, I could not imagine, being on a cruise with my kids and then being confined to a windowless cabin just a few days into a one week cruise. My thoughts in the comfort of my own bed were terrifying enough, but the idea of being stuck in a a foreign country with out the comforts of home and not being able to control any part of my recovery very terrifying.
I am grateful to be feeling better though still have massive brain fog, I hope that in the coming months and days we can all breathe a little easier.
I look forward to sharing more with you all again soon, take care of yourself, wash your hands and make sure to make yourself a great cup of tea. Thank you for joining me today, I would love to hear from you so please leave me a comment here or email me at email@example.com
Oh no! Being sick is awful. I didn't know there were different strains of the flu until a couple of years ago myself. Glad to hear you're doing some better.ReplyDelete