Sunday, August 13, 2006

Saturday, August 12

I'm afraid that the bug, whatever it is, is back in full force. The fever is back, and I've been spending most of my time sleeping. So I didn't get much done today.

I made a new batch of Meditation Tarot Decks, but that's it.

Hopefully, there will be more (and better) news tomorrow.

5 comments:

Marianne McCann said...

No wonder this bug is sticking with you: you keep ending up with me running you around virtual stores all night ;-)

Anonymous said...

Just read your article on one man one woman and Intersexed people. Very enjoyable.

I've also been reading lately that fish in more polluted streams in the western US are showing lots of intersexed genitalia, etc. It was referenced in regards to mining waste getting into streams.

Alice

Anonymous said...

Robin,

I'm just reading your blog for the first time, but you are describing symptoms of being sick with fever and extreme tiredness for over 2 weeks.
Did you already have mono in your teens or 20's? I got it last year at almost 40, and it lingers for weeks in the acute phase, and months recovering from the full effects in someone of that age.
It is rare in Americans over 30, but it might account for your symptoms. Alice

Robin Wood said...

Yep, Marianne; but I wasn't up again just 4 hours later, like you. :D

Thanks for commenting, and I'll see you in-world.

Robin Wood said...

Thanks, Alice!

Yeah, I had mono when I was 15. Five or six of the girls in my gym class all got it. And the moral of the story is; be careful with those drinking fountains!

I'd be more worried about this, except I get well, and then come down with it again, when someone else in the house gets it. We're playing ping-pong.

I had surgery last September, and they warned me then that I'd be susceptible for a year. I didn't think I would - not for a whole year! But it seems that they were right.

Thanks for your concern though. At this point, everyone in the house has had it (including one of the cats, who was under the weather last week, but is fine now.) So if I don't shake it this time, I will probably break down and see a doctor.

Take care!

Robin