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July 24, 2008

Influenza Blues

Filed under: women entrepreneur — Karen Doniere @ 6:59 am


I’m feeling so weak and tired today. It’s been an entire week already. I can’t seem to shake the blues, or the flu that initially caused the blues. The summer is almost over and I’m searching for a long list of accomplishments for my shelf in the mudroom. As I continue to search, I will keep you posted as to what I find.

Next week my family & I are going on a journey to the Adidas Phenom Camp in San Diego; and possibly the Grand Canyon. I’m excited, although it’s hard to tell because the excitement is constantly suffocated by the influenza blues. It’s like each ounce of glee is met with two ounces of misery and glum. With the new airline carry on guidelines I’m not sure what I’m going to do, because I’m such a heavy packer. I have to have extras of things like toothpaste, outfits, and books in case I run out or lose something. My husband has given me the carry on lecture so many times thus far. I think I can, I think I can, I really think I can do this. I’ll keep you posted.

I missed a very important meeting today, and yesterday. It’s amazing how one’s personality changes when they’re a bit under the weather. I’ve yet to have a pity party because that’s not my style. To be perfectly honest, I feel like writing a few songs or poems to try to get rid of the influenza blues. Maybe I’ll share later. Oh yeah, before I forget, my car battery died a couple of days ago. The Triple AAA guy says it’s due to the heat. I vowed to remain calm as usual. I’ve got some great news to share with you next time. Until we meet again.

Karen

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