John Kahane (jkahane) wrote,
John Kahane
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Morning Thoughts

Started the antibiotic yesterday. Don't feel any less sick, but I am feeling somewhat exhausted and suspect I'm still running a fever (the thermometer I have here at the house is obviously unreliable). If I had to explain how I'm feeling, to be honest, I'd sum it up as like I've been hit and run over by an eighteen wheeler.

In the meantime, today is one of those days where I have to go out. Today I have my appointment to go for footcare at the Footcare Clinic, and I really can't put this off as the toenails on both feet are getting long and starting to bother me. So this is a decision I will have to weigh and figure out what I want to do. And let my health decide whether I can do this.

The plan for the rest of the day is to get as much rest as I can, and take it easy and see how I'm doing as we get closer to the supper hour. I'm not reading all that much, and what I've been reading isn't sticking in my brain (I don't think), and I'm not watching all that much television or DVD stuff, though I keep the television on with the volume muted, as my head is quite blocked and I suspect the fever is what's giving me that tunnel vision feeling.

Anyway, breakfast needs to be made.
Tags: appointment, feet, footcare, health hut, personal, sick
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