I’m Chaneling Weezy

I went to the doctor and he said I didn’t have strep but an over the top sinus infection.  Whatever.  In the meantime I have almost completely lost my voice and sound a lot like this guy before they popped in his new batteries.

I could really use some new ones right about now too.


4 thoughts on “I’m Chaneling Weezy

  1. Yikes! That really stinks! I used to spend the entire winter sick every year, but I went to a NUCCA doctor, and I have only had one very minor sinus infection this year. I hope it is the only one. I hope you get better! If you want to try something different than the pickling salt, try a Neti pot, unless that is what you mean by pickling salt. It is a little difficult to figure out, but once you get the hang of it, it works quite well, and I find it disgustingly fun!

    I think it’s essentially the same thing. I’d rather just not have to use either one!

  2. I’ve never had a sinus infection and rarely get sick, but I’ve always found that whenever I do, Theraflu is usually pretty good for clearing the sinuses out.

    And like someone else said before, medical centers on campus are pretty good, cheap ways to get looked at. I took advantage of that a couple of times when I was in school and it was a good deal.

    Hope you feel better soon, Weezy.

    I didn’t use to get sinus infection until a few years ago and now that’s all I ever get. I can’t ever have just a normal cold. And I didn’t use to get sick very often until this past year when I started working at the preschool. It sucks.

    • In Guate we would often go visit the Lion’s Club where people could drop off their kids who were too sick for them to take care. It took me a while to figure out that me getting really sick soon after was from the kids. They really are serious carriers of illnesses!

      I hope you get better soon!

      Yeah they are. They get every strand of everything and like to share. I think it’s also a shock to the system b/c I went from working solo in a clean air filtered lab and living alone with minimal contact with others to working in a preschool and having to interact with people all the time.

  3. You can bet there are alot of people–family members, friends, acquaintaces, and strangers–who wish I never had a voice!

    It was miserable. I don’t think I realized how much I talked in a given day until I couldn’t.

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