Monday, January 24, 2005

Here we go again...

round and round on the merry-go-round of sickness.

Damon and Campbell went to the school for the first time in a week. Damon's teacher still hasn't gotten my "hazards of scarves/why-did-you-worry-about-a-hat-when-my-kid-was-burning-up-with-fever" letter yet, because she was off sick today. *evil cackle*

Patrick who was the least sick last week, woke up early this morning having an asthma attack. Usually, he takes the day off and is fine. But today he continually had problems with his asthma, and tonight he is losing his voice and has a fever. I'm getting worried about him and we will probably make the trek to the doctor's office tomorrow. He came home from his semi-final game and went to sleep and didn't wake up until late the next morning. I thought that he must be coming down with something then, but he was fine on Sunday. It is a shame because he will miss a hockey game tomorrow night.

I was just getting better too and looking forward to taking Campbell and Kira out shopping and to the SPCA to cancel Maddie's dog license and get a form for a new one for "Puck". I can do that by phone, but it isn't as much fun that way.

3 comments:

Girl in Progress said...

Aww, you guys need a break from the sickies. ((((((((((((get well hugs))))))))) I hope Patrick is doing better now, anytime I hear of a kids asthma acting up it makes me cringe. :o(

I like your evil cackle.. LOL GL with the license..I would do it by phone only cause I hate errands..but your better at that stuff then me with as much as your driving around all the time..

ANTHONY'S WIFE said...

I hope you are all feeling better really soon hon. And that crazy teacher - she deserved to get sick! lol

The dog license.... I have to renew Misty's license but we have to take her in for rabies shots..... haven't done it yet.... yeah I know I'm bad about these things! lol

Kathy said...

I agree with Lissa. it's time to get well!! AND I love your hazards of scarves saga. Things a FL mom doesn't think about. Your right, it is a hazard.