Does anyone out there (or anywhere) know how long a flue is supposed to fly? I’ve been flueing over a week and it doesn’t look like it wants to slow down anywhere soon? A Dr. prescribed some anti-flueing thing… it doesn’t seem to work. I feel in cahoots with the Nachash. Can’t taste. Can’t smell.
I’m scared Kleenex won’t be able to keep up…
Come visit…. (cough, sneeze, cough sneeze)
Refuah Shelaima, LF!!!
They can take a really long time…been there, done that… my sympathies.
Sorry LF… sending you refuah mihirah vs shleimah prayers!
Maybe we can send you some activities? Sudoku? Play doh? Tetris?
Baruch Hashem… it’s almost Shabbos… are you planning on letting your flue fly? I hear the flue likes to socialize.
Thank you, LuL.
GOSH, how in the world did this end up in the “Catskills”? It’s supposed to be Decaffeinated. (I guess that’s what happens when my internal system is on the blink blink blink)
I moved it. Refuah Sheleimah.
Preparing for Shabbos is a challenge… Everything tastes like mud to me… Can’t smell either… (Already burnt away one pot beyond recognition.. house in deep smoke, me blissfully a few feet away)
Refuah sheleima! Try getting more sleep!!! Also make green tea and put in fresh garlic lemon juice and ginger . Your can add honey. Doesn’t taste amazing but good for under the weather stuff. And if you’re throwing up try just living in BRITAIN Bananas rice apples toast. Less likely to be thrown up. Good luck!!
I googled it. A flue should extend at least three feet over the roof. You’re welcome.
Ten points for that one!!!
BTW, my flu (Influenza) has not left. My Dr thinks its lungitis too (or something like walking ammonia)
How I crave for the summer sunshine… pool… outdoors… wilderness…