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10 Days Later...

My wife made an appointment with our doctor for me this afternoon. It has been about 10 days and I am not over this cold. Last weekend was the worst with a fever, congestion and a sore throat. It kept me in bed all day Saturday and away from one of the grandkid's birthday parties. However, as the week has progressed, I have gone up and down... but never really better. So, I'm off to the doctor for a checkup and possibly some antibiotics. I have managed to work about 50 hours this week, but I feel so run down, it's pathetic.

I have been under a lot of stress lately. I know that stress can be an inhibitive factor when battling any type of sickness. Our physical health is certainly dependent on our emotional and spiritual health, for sure. More updates as things happen...

There are some really bad problems at work right now that would normally get me to change my appointment for this afternoon, but if I don't take care of myself it won't matter much. We have a major network outage that affects everything computer-related at the museum.

Perhaps I will be coming back after my doctor visit. Oh my...

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