- Nov 22, 2016
I hope it ain't too easy to catch. My grandson was here, and he was in our bed and in my recliner, all bundled up in quilts.
Yep, It's that kind of ol' fashion sick. Smells of any kind make you nauseous. Just now eatin after a couple of weeks but don't crave anything.I hope it ain't too easy to catch. My grandson was here, and he was in our bed and in my recliner, all bundled up in quilts.
After he left, I took the bedding and threw it all in the dryer hoping it would kill the germs.
Back in 2010 I caught something, and I went down and stayed there for three weeks. I would never get sick but that time it put a whooping on me. I laid in bed and closed the door. All I wanted to do was throw up and sleep. I had just put a bunch of deer jerky in to marinate and when I went down my son and wife put it on the dehydrator. The smell filled the house and It made me sicker. After I got over whatever it was, I had I could not touch jerky for a couple years.
Lots of people call severe colds “the flu” but like you say, the real deal influenza virus will knock you flat on your tail. You will know you have it without being told. The Chinese, Wuhan, Commie loving flu was a walk in the park in comparison for me.for me the regular flu is about 10,000 times worse than my bout with covid. Not the case with everyone but most people I know said the same.