Nov 12, 2008

I Hate Doctor's Offices.

Well, I went to the infirmary where I was informed that I either have strep or mono. Either way, talk about sucking. I'd prefer the former to the latter, but either way it's going to be a miserable time for me for a while. The miracle drug penicillin is keeping me calm until the test results come back on the strep. If I get worse, then I probably have mono, and then I get to seriously freak out. It is, after all, crunch time here at UConn.

Luckily, I have some delicious homemade chicken matzo ball soup courtesy of a real-life Jewish grandmother from the old country. I couldn't be more elated. So please, pardon me while I eat some soup and crawl into bed for the 30th time today.

Oh, and I do promise to respond to comments posted throughout at some point when I'm not feeling so low, and I will also do up a Part I to my Shabbaton Reflections, as well. I just lack the energy to do anything. This post? Took me way longer than it should have to type.

Peace.

6 comments:

Kate said...

Ohhh, YUCK! I hope it's strep rather than mono -- get well soon!!!!

Mottel said...

Feel better soon -but what are you doing with Mono?

shavuatov said...

I had to Google 'mono' - being a Brit I needed to know what we call it here. Now I know it's another name for glandular fever, I really hope it's not that!

Look after yourself. Chicken soup will undoubtedly help.

Rachel

Daniel Saunders said...

Get well soon.

Jacob Da Jew said...

Yeah, strep is nawsty but goes away relatively quick...Refuah Shleimah!

chaviva said...

@Katy Me too! Thanks

@Mottel It's actually going around. I wouldn't have gotten it the old fashioned way, but with the way I feel today I think I can rule it out.

@Rachel How strange that we have different names for things! I'm feeling quite a bit better today, thank Gd, so here's hoping it's not mono!

@Daniel/@Jacob Thanks guys :)

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