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Sick day

Today I had to take a sick day. While I love a day at home to myself, I loathe being sick. Even relatively mildly sick, which is what I am. I've got a nasty cough and I don't have much energy, but that's the extent of it. Still, after I moped around the office all day yesterday disturbing everyone with my coughing, I think they were quite happy when I said I wouldn't be coming in today. Being sick means no CrossFit, no riding, none of the active stuff that I do every single day. Still, there is an upside to flopping around on the couch all day. Yesterday I finished my 2nd Follow Your Arrow, so today I had the opportunity to block it. I have spent most of the day sitting on the couch watching trashy tv and knitting. My mother-in-law asked me to knit a hot water bottle cover for their caravan hot water bottle, and I thought Winterberry would be perfect. Today I had the opportuntiyt to knit most of it.


It's pretty straightforward, but has just enough going on to keep me interested. 
I hope this day of inactivity pays off and I get completely better immediately, because this weekend is slated to be busy and next week, professionally speaking, would be far better if I wasn't coughing all over the place.


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