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Hey guys. Man, September is NOT working out for me so far.

First the move, and then the whole not-having-internet until the 9th thing. And now I’m sick 😦 I watched my sick nephew on Wednesday for several hours, and by the middle of my work shift on Thursday? BAM, I’M SICK TOO. Damn that hit me like a ton of bricks. My throat is killlllllling me. Ugh. Maybe my boss will let me leave work a couple hours early. I mean, I’m just letting most calls go to voicemail anyways because it hurts to talk, and the sooner I get home, the sooner I can take more NyQuil and just pass out.

So, just wanted to let ya’ll know that I’m still kind of around, but mostly unable to focus or do much because I feel like crap. My Bloglovin reader is around 70, which isn’t TOO bad, so hopefully you’ll see some marathon commenting from me this weekend. I’m still reading The Lies of Locke Lamora, which I’m REALLY enjoying and it sucks it’s taking me so long to finish it, but that’s how it’s going. I SHOULD be able to finish it this weekend. I hope.

I was going to try to find a good GIF online to go along with this post, but I’m too lazy for even that. Just imagine me with my head on the desk, cringing every time the phone rings.

Later taters.

~Sarah

 

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  1. Awww, sweetness, early autumn sickness really sucks! And kids are little buggers for passing on everything going. I’m surprised we haven’t had anything worse than a cold or two, working at the shop and handling cash every day, being sneezed on and coughed at… *nervously taps on wooden desk edge* Drink lots of tea and take a little rest ‘n’ reading time, and I hope you feel loads better soon! πŸ™‚

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    1. Kids are little germ factories! Make sure you have some of that hand sanitizer stuff handy at the register πŸ˜‰ When this season comes around, I get super paranoid and start wiping everything down with Clorox wipes a lot. It doesn’t help that I share my workspace with 3 other people and we work in 12-hour, never-ending shifts, so I think my paranoia is smart.

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