The Ache I Cannot Shake

I am so happy to see this blogger-friend back here. Take a few minutes and read Joey’s story (for those of you that do not already follow her).


It’s a month today since I fell ill. I still ache a lot from the waist up. Hot baths and Tylenol go a long way in reducing the suck that is the ache I cannot shake. I still need a lot of sleep. I’m working at work, (thank tacos) and working almost full-time now. I text my boss a bit ago, letting her know I want to continue working shorter days. Everyone in my little world is now recovering, recovered, or luckiest — asymptomatic. We wonder if now we’re immune, and more importantly, if we’re still infectious. Apparently it will be a long time until we can all have antibody testing and who knows how long until we know we can’t make other people sick?

For a change, I experience lower anxiety than the general public.

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Some people aren’t convinced I had the plague which began to upset…

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7 thoughts on “The Ache I Cannot Shake”

    1. We seem to want to ignore the advice of those who have gone before us, Pete. I can ‘feel’ through her words all she has been through. I appreciate her sharing her story.


    1. Willow, I am glad you took the time to read her post. I have always enjoyed following her blog and am so sad she has gone through this illness.


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