When a bed just makes you feel sick.
A couch makes you feel not so sick.
It’s funny how that works. 😀 😀 Hope you are feeling better!
Thank you Priceless. Getting there. 😉
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I’ve not gone to bed in years. The couch is always my ‘cure’. Are you sick?
Yes, well, on the mend. But boy it hit hard and fast!
Hope you feel better soon, CB!
Thank you MM!! 🙂
Thank you Paulette. 🙂
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The couch is like a halfway house for sickness.
Hahahahaha, true that!
Yup, and with soup too. 🙂 Hope you feel better soon, Colleen.
I tried the soup. Husband made it. Put it on the table. Every time I came out of my coma, there it was. Never did eat it. But there was comfort in having it there.
That is rough, but glad it was there to comfort you as well. That is a heck of a virus, hope it gets immune system butt kicked soon.
Me too Niaaeryn. The lingering of the lethargy is as bad as the sickness of it.
Yeah, I have had that kind of ill too. Blech. Well, hopefully that goes away soonish. Crossing fingers for you on that.
Thank you ! Every day is a wee bit better!
Well if you sick bed or couch..I hope that you feel better soon.
Thank you Huck 🙂
Feel better Colleen. This seems to be the season.
It sure does Angie. One thing I could live with out is the stomach bug.
A couch is a necessity! I don’t see a bucket sitting close by! That can be risky. 🙂 Feel better, friend. ox
Small house. Bathroom close by. Thank the Lord!!! 😉
Sorry you’re not well, I hope,you are better soon and yes the couch has some very soothing elements apparently. Rest up. x
Thank you Jenn. Working on the ‘better’ part. 🙂
Something about sick days on the couch, right?
Hope you feel better soon!
Yes. Being in the bedroom feels so restrictive.
And thank you, so slowly getting back to normal. Or what passes as normal for me.
Oh no, Colleen! A few days later and hoping this has all passed by now. I hate being miserable or down for long. A couch seems more comfy and not as “sick-like.”
It’s getting better Robin. 🙂 Slooooooowly. But surely. 🙂 Thank you!
hope you feel better soon
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Thank you Duncan! 🙂
Get well Colleen. HUGS
Thank you Paul! 😉
I think I figured out why this is so, MBC. Because couches have arms and beds do not. 😉
May these arms wrap you in comfort, my dear.
Thank you thank you thank you! Those arms did a fine job MBM!
AHHHHHHHHH! PERFECT explanation MBM!
This is going to sound silly, but you can pretty much guess where my care will go.
When I was a kid and it would snow pretty heavily (back home in Colorado) I used to turn the couch around so the front would face the wall, drape a blanket over the top of the couch and wrap myself in about two or three blankets. I would fall asleep pretending I was in some kind of sci-fi sleep chamber. Yeah weird, but that was how my imagination worked at the time.
I don’t think this sounds silly at all. I think it sounds perfectly child like and creative. I probably would have envisioned being trapped in some cabin way atop a mountain. 🙂
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