Bauble Day 3
Look at that! I’m shortening the Bauble a Day blog title already. By day 20 I should be down to “20″.
I feel like crap. Still. From that pukefest of Saturday/Sunday. I left work early today, my stomach feels like a friggin’ rock.
I am so pleasant.
I think that pounding numerous ounces of Pepto Bismol and hands full of Tums may have left me a bit “backlogged”, shall we way.
Sure. Let’s say that. I’m nauseous but I don’t let that stop me from eating. I eat. Then my stomach gets rock hard.
I am a vicious cycle unto myself.
Tomorrow’s Friday. I’m going to try to make it through a whole day’s work tomorrow. And them I’m going to figure out a way to get rid of this stomach virus, one way or another.
Unless it’s cancer. Damn you, Sting! Why did your cancer start with a bad stomach?
Why did I not know she was sick until she was in her last few day’s of life? I would like to have asked her some questions. Like, did she feel exactly the way I’ve been feeling since Saturday, before they found out it was incurable, fast-acting, cancer?
I miss her. She would have chuckled at that.
Let it be a reminder to you. Call your friends more frequently. Don’t let even four months go by because that fast-acting cancer is fast!
I got home in time early enough to catch Dr. Oz’s 13 miracles in 2013 and I think I’m going to look into a couple of them. Which one of you told me about that hair powder stuff? I can’t find it on the Doctor Oz sight, or the minoxidil product currently available. Yeesh! What a poor website! Anyway, I’ll figure it out and look into both of them. And, of course, I’ll let you know what I find out.
Found them: Toppik for the hair powder and Keranique for the topical minoxidil. I ordered the Toppik but want to do more research on topical minoxidil.
What I want to find out now is a miracle cure for this stomach virus!
I’m gonna go lay down and read more of the 13th Stephanie Plum book. Goofy Stephanie Plum.