And then I threw up a lung.

Trish (Finn’s daycare) calls me and tells me that I should come and pick up Finn because he has da runs and that plus vomiting has been going around. When I get there 15 minutes later she tells me that he has just thrown up. I take him home and literally not even an hour later I barely make it to the bathroom where I void everything I have eaten for that day. Like clockwork I throw up every 15 minutes for the next 8 hours. It gets so bad that I won’t even swallow because I am terrified of giving my body something else to throw up.
I get up in the middle of the night and slowly drink some water because I feel like I’ve been in the desert for 30 days. An hour and a half later, that all comes up to. The next day I’m eating and drinking carefully but with the same end result. Finally today I think whatever bug I had is gone. At least that’s what I’m telling myself, although I certainly am being very careful about what I ingest. At the moment the only thing that lingers is the aching in my sides from all the dry heaving I did. It hurts to laugh or cry.
Want to know if you’ve got a keeper? See if he will get up and rinse your puke bucket for you every 15 minutes so you’re ready for the next round. Josh was the lucky one that got to take care of us sickees. He’s had so much practice! Good thing he immune to becoming sick!
Too much information? Well first I thought you might want to know my weight loss secret and thought maybe you may be interested as to why I didn’t post yesterday on the daily pages and also misery loves company, and you’re my company. Lucky you!

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