I write to you all today to share my painful battle with the 24 Hour Flu that has spread through the cities I work and live in. I suppose it was best it happened over a weekend, but my personal strength and wellness have taken a toll on my body and mental endurance through the remaining week. It has taken me till now, the week of the 28th to FINALLY feel like I am a whole person again and able to live productively in my career and household. I am still reacting to a cough that is shaking it's last days out of me, and I hope to be free of this respiratory restriction, as it has been quite annoying.
The rains washed through the Phoenix valley as well and it's been nice to let the beautiful rain clouds nuture and water all my plants for me. The unfortunate side is that the freezing nights prior to the rain, have already killed off all the leaves on my trees, and much of the past 3 months of growth of all my other plants. I don't feel bad about the visual effect, as all the neighborhood has similar brown leaf trees and freezer burned plant stock.
I'll be curious to see what the warming trend does to rekindle the life in these plants.
So to all of you who are also fighting Colds, Flus, and similarly watching your plant life fight for life maintaining warmth through the nights, I wish you all good luck and warm wishes to help you survive!
This is a rather short entry, but I would enjoy hearing about your experiences with this year's season of Colds, Flus, and wintering plant life!
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