Two years ago, I was far to ill to attend Thanksgiving–my third favorite holiday. I tried to get E to go to Bryan without me, but he wanted to stay here and take care of me.
j.k. Actually, he was quite kind to check on me but otherwise leave me alone… I think he didn’t want to risk that he was contagious but not symptomatic and “share” with the whole fam damily.
I was no better by Thursday evening, so we cancelled our trip to Paris for Friday-giving, too.
Last year, I was to ill to participate in any part of Hallowe’en. I had one of those colds that lasted for days….and all the wrong days, at that! Since Hallowe’en is far and above my favorite holiday, I was not a happy camper. My costume was recycled from a fundraiser a few years ago, so I wasn’t that exited about it, anyway. (Curses to the crack pot who gave the Hallowe’en party a theme. WTF? I guess she doesn’t realize that themes only work for the person who picks them!)
This year, we made it to the No Kidding! party and had a really good time. But ~30 hours later, while I suffered insomnia, E awoke unable to breathe. So, while tonight could have had some small have-to-work-tomorrow adventure to celebrate this fun holiday, we are at home. He’s “in there” and I’m “in here” because we don’t want him to share.
Why can’t this happen at Christmas since it’s my least favorite holiday?
Excuse me, I have to go wash my hands with bleach.