No I was not stuck in a magician's box.
Nor was I taken by aliens.
Santa did not even invite me to the North Pole,
although I must have made his nice list after all,
as he did not leave any of that black stuff (coal) in my stocking.
My disappearance was caused by that diabolic, vile
no good Dr. FLU BUG and his
no good counterpart LOOSE BOWELS MD.
It seems these heinous, foul evil doctors
decided to inflict their malady on everyone in my family
and like the great blizzard of 1913 here in Michigan
Right on Christmas Eve of all days.
Both the flu and snow.
Did Dr. Flu and Loose Bowels MD cohort with each other?
Did they decide amongst themselves to bring this on
knowing that Santa put me back on the nice list?
Did they know I wanted snow for Christmas,
so they devised this plan to ruin it?
I believe they did.
Instead of frolicking in the snow.
I was plodding back and forth from my sleigh (couch)
for my many visits to the snow hill (toilet)
Alas I prevailed through
two days and nights
of this undesirable disposition,
and I have now proclaimed
that these treacherous doctors are no longer
welcome into my home.
Also, I hope my insurance plan does not cover their
malpractice acts because they should be banned for life.
Bunch of quacks that they are.
They sure won't get any referrals from me.
Snowy Blessings to All!
(ps..we have 8 inches on the ground and it is currently snowing)
No time is good to be sick, but on CHristmas??? I think I would have rather had a stocking full of coal!! Glad you are feeling better. Oh those snow pictures are beautiful. Wish you could see me a couple of inches!! Have a warm and cozy weekend,ReplyDelete
Ugh that is terrible. Definately not a good Christmas present. Glad your feeling better. Now kick up your heels for New Years!ReplyDelete
Oh Girlfriend, that is terrible.....poor you, glad to hear your feeling better, enjoy New Years at least......Beautiful snow pictures.....Take Care, Francine.ReplyDelete
How dare they show up uninvited and on Christmas Eve to boot! I hope you showed them where the door was, lol! Glad you are feeling better now!ReplyDelete
oh no! I was sick this year too, but I will make up for it next year. sorry to hear, it is so hard when it hits the whole family, especially since it is us doing all the caregiving, it takes longer for us to recover.Have a happy rest of the holidays,ReplyDelete
How aweful, on Christmas Eve no less. I do hope you and your family are on the mend. There is nothing worse than being sick at Christmas. Happy New Year to you, greetings from Maine, Julie.ReplyDelete
So sorry to hear that you and the family were sick.Hoping that you all are well now.I know that doctor and his cohort well,they visited me for about 10 days.Happy New Year!Hugs,JenReplyDelete
Sorry to hear about your bout with that nasty bug....Bah Humbug! Hope you are all feeling better and can enjoy the lovely snow!!!ReplyDelete
Have a Happy New Year!
Ugh!! I had that crap too. Still trying to recover, not that it was worth it but my holiday pounds are gone! Feel better!ReplyDelete
Like I said above....major bummer...but I guess you can count your good fortune that those two packed their bags and left so quickly....what hubby has wasn't the tummy stuff - but the respiratory stuff - and he's still keeping us all up nights. :o( And while you may have recovered from the flu, my diagnosis is that you are still severely SICK....happy for snow?? WTH?!!! ;o) Smiles & Hugs ~ RobinReplyDelete