Cough, Phlegm, Sneeze, Groan

So for the last two weeks, I’ve been under the weather. I am hopeful that this whole thing is going to get better soon, but it certainly is frustrating.

It started with chest congestion and coughing, and just as it started to go away, I had some busy days, and it came back with a vengeance.

Since it started, I haven’t slept more than about six hours, less if I don’t take medication at the right time.

Currently, the coughing is less though still very rough, but my sinuses are dripping endlessly and I still get worn out really quickly if I exert myself physically.

It has definitely put a damper on my life as I haven’t been able to do the things I would normally do, including keeping up with work as I would like.

I have been so tired lately that yesterday I confused Star Trek and Star Wars when talking to Annie and was confused about where wrist tattoo went while looking at my left wrist (it is on my right wrist).

My memory has been even worse than normal, so the only way I’ve been getting this posts about my relationship written up is thanks to the extensive notes I wrote over the last two months about things that were happening.

I can’t wait until this cold is over. People have been extra worried about me because I’ve had pneumonia so many times in my life, but there is no rattle when I breath, which is a huge sign for me that things have gone wrong. Also, my phlegm which was green and then yellow is now clear.

I am hopeful that in the next two days that I’ll be mostly back to normal, and I expect that sometime in the next week or two, I’ll be having a twelve hour deep sleep to try to recover from the deficit I am running on.

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