Marissa Lingen (mrissa) wrote,
Marissa Lingen
mrissa

Week of April 1-7 (belated)

Three rejections, one...um...thing as yet unspecified.

I noted in an e-mail last night that I am now feeling just better enough to start feeling bad about everything I've missed and am missing. Oh. Um, good.

So yah. Some progress. Less febrile. Yay. Still very shaky. Throat still hurts very much. Have added snozzly nose. Will be trying a shower in a minute or two, even if I have to sit down in it. (It is not a bathtub shower. But I smell so sick, and if I shower I will at least smell like a few hours of sick instead of two days. You would think the snozzly nose would make this more tolerable, but no.)

Look, folks, I'm pretty thoroughly miserable here, so if you could tell me something good, now would be a good time for that sort of behavior.
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