My Kindle saved me! My coworkers and i work in a high stress high traffic environment. Well, two of them neglected to stay home when they were very sick and really contagious. Well, turns out they had WALKING PNEUMONIA which is hell on earth. It is very hard to get time off as we are only allowed 2 sick days per month ((days total, not illness total)) and we work in the food business!
Well today after the fourth day of constant feeling like poo I went to the ER, and as I was not on the DDD((Dead dying delivering)) list I was last on the list. Where in my Eros once again saved my life! Waiting three hours in the ER I managed to fade into two novels, not paying attention to the time (or the screaming babies!) and good news, we caught the illness early so I only need two days off and now I'm on antibiotics and on the fast track to getting better.
You exposed your Kindle to WALKING PNEUMONIA! Is Eros OK? Does he have a fever? I would never expose my Kindle to a communicable disease. Get poor Eros cold packs and send him off to bed for a long rest.
PS - I can't understand why people think I'm a little too attached to my Kindle. For those of you who have seen the TV show "Dogtown" (I highly recommend it for animal lovers), I am thinking of forming a "Kindletown" for sick and abused Kindles. Eros could certainly come and stay with us for awhile.
Glad you got there in time and are not really really bad sick! I am sure eros has a high immune system and that also could be why you are doing better - his vibes kept you from getting worse while waiting, poor baby, what a wait, yuck!
Ladyknightshade, hope you feel better soon. I also take my Kindle with me wherever I go. I had to pick up my husband at the airport last Sat. night and his flight was an hour late. I hate sitting in airports but my Rae Rae made it bearable.
Wow you guys are all sweet1 Eros is just fine, a little shaken up but fine. I'm feeling a little better, but at the same time worse....i'm not in pain anymore but SOOOO tired.
As for the 2 days that's all. Not two illnesses (God forbid I get mono) two days. And there's no "Well i just won't be absent next month" I mean when dealing with HUNDREDS of at risk demographics its important that one does not have potentially harmful diseases in direct contact with them. Working woth food, kids and old people doesn't mix with having...well...harmful illnesses.
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