Why Does this Candle Have Two Wicks?

Well, it has finally happened.

It was a big week at work last week, which meant working extra hours and missing out on sleep.

This week may be even busier at work, plus I’ve taken on some new responsibilities before work (I know, I’m a crazy person).

While my flag football team is great and the people are even better, it usually means staying out a bit later than I would on a week night, plus we played in the rain last week.

So what does this all mean?

A person could develop a cold.

($10 if you get the reference! Hint: I’m a theatre nerd.)

And that’s just what I did.  My throat is scratchy, my nose is runny and my head is swimming.

So instead of boring you with my whining, I’ll leave you with some glamour shots of my tea.

Work it!

Work it!!

Ahh, that’s better.

What do you do when you’re feeling under the weather?  It’s the one time I lose any desire to cook.  I really want some homemade soup right now, but you KNOW I’m not making it!

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9 thoughts on “Why Does this Candle Have Two Wicks?

  1. I never feel like cooking when I’m sick either, but homemade soup is definitely the best!

    I hope you feel better soon girl!

  2. Awww, hang in there girl. I think the tea is a great remedy – I’m a big fan of herbal lemon when I feel a cold coming on. Zicam seems to work really well too at the outset…it could totally be a mental thing, though!

  3. When I am sick all I eat is grilled cheese, soup, and ice cream. And I pound EmergenC like it is my job.

  4. I’m not a juice drinker…ever, but when I’m sick, I’ll drink it like we’re going to have an OJ shortage for the rest of my life. And oddly enough, spicy food helps too?

    For what it’s worth, I never feel like cooking either.

    Feel better lady!

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