This morning my son woke up at 7:00 and played his How To Train Your Dragons game on my phone for a half an hour, before getting ready for school. Then he got dressed and brushed his hair and stuff. Then he went downstairs. I let the dogs out and said goodbye to the kids. Then I went back upstairs and back to bed! Still bloody feeling sick…strange because I truly thought I would be feeling better by now. I’m really hoping that it’s the medication that is bugging me now…who really knows anymore?! It’s a pretty strong dose, I have to take 3 pills, 3 times per day. So, hopefully it’s just my body dealing with the Flagyl. At about 2:45 I got out of bed and got myself presentable and made sure that my oldest daughter was also ready to go. Then we picked up my son from school. From there we went to the airport and picked up my parents. They have been in California, Palm Springs and Mesa Arizona to visit a couple of my dad’s brothers and to just get away! They picked a great time to be gone too…they left just before all of this darn cold weather started!! Although it seems like it’s not quite over yet and they’re back home, so they didn’t quite miss it all!! Anyway, we drove them to their place in the city and went in with them for a short while. Then we came back home. My hubby drove my daughter to dance in the car and went to his brother’s house, since it was his birthday yesterday. He stayed there until it was time to pick up the girls from dance, then he picked them up and they came home. When we came home from my parent’s house, I went back upstairs…I know, that’s exactly what you expected!! My daughter stayed downstairs with my son. She made sure that he got fed. She has to work early tomorrow morning and wanted to shower before bed, so he came up early and played on his Switch beside me in the bed. Then I got him into bed when it was his bedtime. I went on my phone for a while afterwards. Now I’m going to get ready for bed, because I’m feeling super tired and nauseous.
Night All! 💤😴
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