You know that feeling when you wake up, and you just know you’re coming down with something? This was me a few weeks ago; I was weak and tired. I was fighting headaches on and off, and it felt like I was barely fighting off a sore throat. I was also sure that I had a fever, but nothing ever came of it. This was Saturday-Monday. By that Friday, Colleen started running a fever. Nothing terribly high, but with how I felt, I thought with some Tylenol, she would be okay in a day or two. By Sunday, she still wasn’t eating. She woke with no fever, but I took her to the pediatrician just to be sure. (Thank goodness for weekend hours!) Her doctor ran a flu test, thinking it would be negative, but it came back positive. Then I felt guilty for not bringing her in sooner. her doctor felt like she should be given the Tamiflu, and I think it helped a lot. And not that I wanted Colleen to spend her school break sick, but I’m glad that she didn’t have to miss school.
She mostly eats her lunch in her class, and after the break, we were going to start having her go to the cafeteria. She had friends eat with her before, and I think she really thrives on having others around her. Her eating really suffered from this sickness, but she’s slowly eating more. Here’s to hoping tomorrow is an improvement!
Lastly, I started Couch 2 5k! I used to run track in high school. I loved sprinting but loathed long distance. I used to run more and want to make it a habit. More specifically, I want to not hate it. I want to be able to run a 5k and not feel like I’m dying. Plus, I want to run the Tough Mudder again. 🙂 #runninggoals!