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Posted by on November 13, 2013 • Filed Under General

Usually, around this time of year, I get sick. It happened this week, I started to feel a little strange on Monday but it wasn’t until yesterday night that I felt sick. I had a fever, now I’m dealing with a sore throat and allergies. After I got home from university, I laid down and tried to sleep for a few hours.

I am feeling a bit better but this usually lasts a few days for me. I’m hoping I feel better by Saturday, I have an event I need to go to and it would be awful if I go feeling sick. Let’s hope that doesn’t happen.

Let’s hope the writing bug comes back as well, I haven’t been feeling in the mood to write. Which is weird, because even though I may not post every day, I’m usually writing, even if I just save it to my computer.

Do you get sick during a specific time of the year?


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    Agent Q

    Nov 14, 2013


    I hope you get well soon! I hate that feeling. >.< For me, I consistently get sick about three weeks before the finals. I always tell myself "better now than during finals," and I leave myself enough time to get better. If getting sick is inevitable, why not have it happen when nothing else is happening, y'know?

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    Nov 17, 2013


    I also got sick this past week, woke up with a scratchy throat on Tuesday and woke up sick on Wednesday, that and Thursday were my worst days with all of the symptoms that you just mentioned. All better now, only a dry cough every so often. I've seen a pattern near the end of the school semester always, maybe it has something to do with the fact that I barely get any sleep? - I hope you feel better soon darling. Drink lots of fluids, all natural OJ, a├žai juice, all sorts of berries that are packed with vitamins and antioxidants and healthy meals that will clean your system. I did that plus Tylenol Cold & Flu + EmergenC (twice a day) and was better within 2 days, and I couldn't take any time off sadly. Hope you made it to your event. Xoxo.

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