.....at least I think.
I don't think I've been sick in at least two years. I apparently have a powerful immune system, but I attribute it to the fact that I exercise EVERY DAY. I'm glad it's good for something, because it certainly isn't melting off any pounds.
And I'm not really, really sure I'm sick now.
It began yesterday morning. I had exercised, and I was getting ready for school. I hadn't eaten breakfast, but I often take something with me to eat when I get to school. Suddenly I felt extremely dizzy. Hubby blamed it on the fact that I had worked out but not eaten. It didn't really feel like a low blood sugar dizzy, though. The vertigo continued through the day, but I didn't have any other symptoms. I almost hesitate to write this part, but it's true: the vertigo is worst when I cut my eyes to the right. Not left, not up or down. Only to the right.
Naturally I still went to the gymnastics meet last night. It would take a heck of a lot more than a simple cold to keep me from going to gymnastics.
Today I've become more and more congested, and now I feel achy and possibly feverish.
This isn't the way I usually get sick. Usually I wake up one morning with a sore throat and feel like a truck has run over me.
It doesn't usually sneak up on me like this, one little symptom at a time.
I'm waiting for the big whammy. But I'm attempting to ward it off with drugs.
I'm sorry I couldn't write something more meaningful than a state-of-my-health post tonight. I'll try harder tomorrow.