The Tiniest Bugs…

Happy St. Paddy’s Day! Hope you’re not wearing green. Wouldn’t want you to miss out on all that pinching…

Wow…has it really been over a month since I posted last? Aye karumba. Things have been a little crazy around here, what with drafts I’m trying to finish and books hither and yon. Not to mention story ideas. There are seriously not enough years left in my life to write all the books I want to write (and I hopefully still have at least 40 yrs left)…

Most recently though, I’ve been doing battle. Or rather, my immune system has. The littlest bugs in the world have attacked, and you know, it’s completely crazy that such microscopic little organisms can bring us to our knees (sometimes literally, though not me this time, thank goodness). Last week I was so ill I could barely even think, let alone make any kind of coherent sense, and while I feel better this week, I’m definitely not one-hundred percent yet.

Crazy, creepy little bugs. It’s really no wonder some people fear germs so much they’re constantly slathering on hand sanitizer (not good for you, people!) and wishing they could sterilize the world. but the truth is, germs and bugs are good in the long run. Our immune systems need to be tested occasionally to stay in good shape, and we’re far healthier for all the dirty little microbes out there than we would be in a sterile environment.

Still, no one likes being sick, and obviously, some people just can’t handle it (or rather, their immune system can’t). Luckily for me, mine can with a little support for the troops in the form of healthy foods and herbs. I’ll be very happy when I finally kick this stuff to the curb and can get back to my normal self. Relatively speaking, of course.

The whole experience does kind of make me want to write a book about a virus though. How weird would it be if a virus became…well, I’d better not say. Wouldn’t want to ruin the surprise…but it’s a great idea, if I do say so myself!

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