Friends and Kitties!
So...I'm assuming that you are are all passably acquainted with the idea of plate techtonics; the shifting of the Earth's crust, forming various, ever-changing land masses. Sometimes the crust gets a little thin or weak and a volcano erupts over the hot spot...like my spectacular barf-o-rama earlier this week.
Well, the crust shifted.
The norovirus hot spot found a new crevasse.
Scott has it now.
The "good" part is that he was more of a shield volcano--gradually (yet relentlessly) depositing magma at the surface, layer by layer--rather than the furious explosive ones I chose to emulate, which helped minimize the collateral damage to life and property...
I took another day off work to
be at his beck and call keep an eye out in case things went downhill like they did for me but Scott's G.I system's a trooper and as of writing this he's up and even feeling a little peckish. I admit the extra day off did me no harm; I took it easy on myself the whole day and feel all the better for it. Hopefully we're both done!
What a week.
Here's to a better one...
XX Sheebie XX