How I envy the resiliency of youth
I’ve been out sick the last couple of days. I’m still sick today, but have a little less cold and flu medicine in my system – which gives me a spank more lucidity. So figured I should make an attempt to post something through the haze in my head.
One thing I envy children is their resiliency, their ability to bounce back and to just keep going. Lily-Ann is the one who passed this virus on to me, but did it knock her out? Heck no. She had the sniffles, but was determined to just keep on keepin’ on. Her contagious period occurred while she was out of school on the weekend, and she wasn’t about to miss any of the fun. She had a runny nose, but was otherwise unaffected. Me, on the other hand… I’m a wreck.
I was out cold all of yesterday, stuck in bed, loaded with a plethora of remedies (both home and store bought). Drippy, sore, cranky, and exhausted. And today I’m not much better – though trying to make due with a little less of the store bought remedies… but as soon as I’m done this blog post it’s back under the covers for me.
There isn’t much I envy of children, but that ability to bounce back is truly a remarkable thing… and it’s not just virus related. They have an incredible capacity to fight back, to push until they see things righted. If only we could harness that power – the good we could accomplish.
Ahhh well… That’s enough musing from me. My typing skills are getting worse the longer I’m attempting lucidity. And I’m also beginning to drip on my keyboard – and that’s the kind of lovely image I strive to leave y’all with.
Keep your friends close, and your netti pots closer. 😉