To Tide Me Over . . .

This past Sunday, I started having chills and had a really bad headache.

By Monday, I was having abdominal pain and chills at work. Monday night, I ended up having a fever of 103.4 degrees at home. Yesterday, I ended up in the emergency room getting an IV bolus for dehydration, potassium replacement, and antibiotics.

Needless to say, I’m not having a good week.

But today is hump day, so hopefully the second half of the week will be a little better.

Until I have enough energy to even get out of bed, I’ll post a few past looks.

My husband has been taking care of me this whole time. He’s had two babies to take care off since Mia is also feeling a little under the weather. She’s been congested for a couple of days, and our pediatrician has advised us to give her a dose of Benadryl-D every 6 hours. We’re actually seeing the doctor tomorrow just to follow up on how she’s responding to her treatment and just to make sure that she’s doing better.

We were supposed to go to Houston for the weekend for my niece’s cheerleading / hip-hop competition, but now with Mia and I both sick, I’m not even sure anymore.

If you follow me on instagram, you probably saw how I’ve been revamping the closet room and doing a clean out this past week. We’re almost done. I just have to pick which clothes to sell, to give away, and to throw away. They’re all in bags in the hallway upstairs. I think my husband caught the same bug because he cleaned out his closet today also, and so we’re going to do the same with his closet.

He said that since I actually gave up clothes and shoes and hugely minimized my collection that he would help me turn the closet room into an office / closet room for me. Since we don’t have an Ikea close by, he’s going to have someone custom build a cabinet for my clothes like he did for my shoes. He even surprised me by saying that he’s going to put a couch and a work table for me, so that has lifted my spirits a whole lot!

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