Sick of Being Sick

Before I start, I just wanna say that I have a cold, so if I sneeze in the middle of a song, it’s not on purpose. Oh, except the last verse of “Pepper people.” -Phoebe, Friends

Well I’m still home sick, but today I’m at least working. There’s just something about sitting around at home doing nothing that will drive a girl insane. I have a really hard time resting, but this flu has wiped me out. I’ve barely had the energy to get out of bed much less do anything else. My sweetie Match has been so great-he’s been feeling better and has been taking care of the house. He did everything from cooking dinner last night to cleaning up and doing the dishes. What a guy huh?
I’ll just be happy when I’m up and on my feet again. At least my job let’s me work at home, which is so nice. I guess that’s what’s nice about system admin careers is that ability to remote into our system and do what I need to do from the comfort of my couch. Think healthy thoughts for me so that I’m all better by Valentine’s Day!

Our First New Year’s Eve

Ross: I am going to make myself happy.
Chandler: Do you want us to leave the room?
Ross: I am going to do one thing that I have never done before. That, my friends, is my New Year’s resolution.
Phoebe: Ohh… that’s a good one. Mine is to pilot a commercial jet.
Chandler: That’s a good one too, Pheebs. Now all you have to find is a planeload of people whose New Year’s resolution is to plummet to their deaths. –Friends

Happy New Year! Hope everyone had a fun New Year’s eve. Like I wrote before, Match and I were really sick, and unfortunately I got worse instead of better as the night progressed. We met up with Baker Chic and LAX and a few of their friends (who were unbelievably boring, even to a girl with a cold!) and tried to act lively. By 10, I was sneezing and sniffling uncontrollably and my eyes were all swollen and red, so we headed home. Continue reading Our First New Year’s Eve