Monday, March 14, 2011

102.6 degrees and counting

"At first you are so sick you are afraid you will die, and then you are so sick you are afraid you won't die." — Mark Twain

THAT'S Mark Twain describing seasickness, and although it's some virus or bacteria that's the culprit in my case, he has accurately described the arc of my illness.


More useful advice: Never write a really in-depth letter to someone, attempt to communicate important information or make big decisions — let's say like, buying a car — while you're running a fever because after your brain cools down, you may be surprised at what you've said or done. Details to come.




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