Oh blecchh---I do remember those years, but since my children are now ages 36 and 27 the days of nursing them through illness while sick myself are long gone.In fact, they are but fond memories. Oh, would that it were so for you, my dear.
Warm yak milk will cure one of most ills (including: mange, hoof & mouth disease, dutch elm disease, ague, lumbago, St. Vitus Dance, and assorted other maladies.I must be going, I feel the vapors coming on.Dr. Fever
Eat some chicken soup and get plenty of rest. I hope you feel better soon.
Oh, Susan. I had it two weeks ago...but it's different when the whole family is suffering. I remember how it feels. The virus will pass! I guess you know...plenty of water and rest.Anon had some good remedies :o)
Sending some virtual chicken soup and some Posh Puffs.... hope you all are better soon.
Hope you feel better soon!When you are back in shape, please look at my blog and see if you think the feather I found is an owl feather. Thanks!
I also am on a chicken noodle soup diet while I fight the virus!Hope you feel better soon.Yak milk? I have a 100% Yak wool shawl...I live in Missouri, no Yaks for milking in my neck of the woods. Sherry
How awful that everyone is sick. I do hope your husband is a better patient than mine and will take care of himself. Hope this virus has a short life and you are all feeling better soon.
I hope everyone gets well very soon..
I tried to comment here last night but my computer went crazy into a "hibernate" mode... weird.
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