Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Real People Sick

I've been real people sick. It started yesterday afternoon with feeling confused and dizzy. Later on I got a fever. I'm not feverish now, but I still don't feel well. Yesterday I couldn't stay awake long enough to watch an episode of Naruto Shippuden.

Yes, I watch Naruto Shippuden.
Yes, I watch it in Japanese with English subtitles.
Yes, as a matter of fact I am a dork!

Yesterday I was so sick I fell asleep in the middle of getting up from the sofa. I managed to get both feet on the floor, but before I could stand, I fell asleep. Today I am feeling a little better, but I'm still really tired. Being real people sick, as opposed to diabetes, MG, or chemotherapy sick is easier on my family. For once they can all relate to what I'm going through. Exhausted, sore throat and stuffy nose, that kind of stuff they understand. Low blood sugar making me agitated is harder to explain. I don't have to explain real people sick. I just have to get well. I'll do that soon. Promise.

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