but I promise not to make it a habit.
Do you hate being sick as much as I do? I take it as a personal affront when I can't come and go as I please due to illness of some kind. Since December 28th, I have been sick all but a few days and I'm really getting tired of it. I'm just sayin'.....I drove home from Virginia Beach (210 miles) with a horrible headache (other than the one in the passenger seat....lol....my personal back-seat-driver.) I don't recommend that at all. Luckily, the weather was good and the traffic was light.
And just so you'll know, this is not usual for me. I haven't been sick much at all for the last 2-3 years.
If I weren't already sick, the Republican "debates" (and I use the term loosely) would make me sick. I simply can't watch them bad mouth each other, especially when none of them is without sin or error in his life and each of them wants to make sure you know all about the other's faults and short-comings. A debate should be just that. The television networks ought to rename them to something more fitting. How about "The Mud-slinging" Four: A New Reality Show." I wish we could get back to a time (if there ever was one) where candidates run on their own platforms and good works, not simply to sling mud at their opponents. What say you?
To end on a good note: our weather, like much of you who live in the US, is fabulous! Today, it is sunny and 64*, with Carolina blue skies and nary a cloud. If I had my druthers (I seem to be channeling my grandmother today ("nary" and "druthers"), the weather would be 77* all year long, with rain allowed only between midnight and six a.m. Think we could arrange that?