Under the weather, under the duvet!


The other night (Tuesday) I managed to write a positive message about writing and the life of a writer, I realise my recent posts have been a little grey at the edges. I also managed to finish my entry to the AWF Writing Challenge. https://awritersfountain.wordpress.com/2013/03/04/awritersfountain-monthly-writing-challenge-fear/

I will post them over the weekend.

I have had a bad fluy head cold for a week now and today is the 1st day I have called in sick from work, I have mainly been asleep and I am heading back to sleep now. I wanted to post because I’m unlikely to get another chance until the weekend and I don’t like to let the waters of the fountain to get too quiet!

My main focus is to get better, writing is difficult when you have a pain in the head!

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  1. Hope you feel better soon! Try drinking hot lemon, honey and garlic drink – chop the garlic and leave it to seep in the boiling water for a few minutes, then add freshly squeezed lemon and a spoonful of honey (manuka honey, if you have it.) It sounds gross, but it works wonders!

    Also, you can try a teaspoon of honey with 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon mixed together and eaten from the spoon, which is great for colds. 🙂 x

    • Thanks for the tip Pollyanna, sounds similar to one of my mum’s cold remedies. Have relied on the pharmacy and although the throat is better I still have congested ears, blocked nose, headache and cough. At least the body has stopped aching. I know it is just a bad cold and I will feel better soon. I’m back in work today. Body just had enough of bring pushed when it needed rest I think.
      Honey, lemons and garlic here I come!

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