Crappy Christmas

I’d love to tell you that my Christmas was fantastic and full of joy, food and all that other crap, but it totally wasn’t.

Little red chrissy monkey

One thing I desperately wanted for Christmas was to not to be sick and I didn’t find it wrapped up under the tree Christmas morning. I spent Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in bed thinking, “I’m not throwing up, nope, no way” trying to convince myself that there was to be no throwing up. It didn’t work. I could only eat a small amount and if an evil blue midget named Fred asked me if I wanted to sell my soul in exchange for instant wellness, I so would have done it. I think it might be my asthma medication or a stomach bug making me feel ill, but since all the doctors are closed, I can’t find out until late next week. I’m really starting to think someone has put an evil curse on me, some gypsy or blue midget I pissed off back in the day, because it’s getting ridiculous.

I did get some great presents though, such as…

The towels weren’t one of those underwear or face cloth presents your grandmother gives you, I actually wanted them. They’re Egyptian cotton towels, which means they are amazingly soft. I feel in love with Egyptian cotton after I bought some bed sheets made of it, and now there’s no going back. I’m still Kitta from the block.

11 Comments on “Crappy Christmas

  1. Oh Kitta! 😦
    Not ill AGAIN!?! Darn it! I’m so sorry you felt awful on christmas of all days.

    Hey, I got Egyptian Cotton bed clothes aswell!!! 😛 Oh they’re so lovely! It was like sleeping in a five star hotel last night!! 🙂

    I got some Sheridan Australia Bed clothes too so dammit I feel so patriotic, only not to my country but yours… (now I can lie back and think of Oz lol)

    I got a couple of packs of HP Photo paper too so, Woohoo!!

    It’s time Kitta to smack a few GP’s and get ’em to make a cure, pronto!!

    *hug*

  2. I’m sorry to hear that your Christmas was less than pleasant, and that you’re still feeling poorly. If you would like, I could (as a certified gypsy myself) try to un-hex you, if that is in fact the problem…

  3. Hi Kitta,

    I feel very sad to hear you didn’t get well for Xmas pleasures 😦
    I hope your presents and family warmed your heart up.
    Merry Christmas .
    Cheers

  4. History of Medicine

    I have an earache:

    2000 B.C. -Here, eat this root.
    1000 A.D. -That root is heathen. Here, say this prayer.
    1850 A.D. -That prayer is superstition. Here, drink this potion.
    1940 A.D. -That potion is snake oil. Here, swallow this pill.
    1985 A.D. -That pill is ineffective. Here, take this antibiotic.
    2000 A.D. -That antibiotic is artificial. Here, eat this root.

    – Author Unknown

    Humor is the best medicine, and also the cheapest and easiest to smuggle internationally. 🙂
    Seriously I am sorry your Christmas was a sick one. You’ve had more than your share of problems this year. I hope you find out what the problems are during the upcoming year and you know the wellness everyone hopes for you.

  5. Hey, this illness makes me feel very nervous, Kitta, just get well soon (once again… or better: still)!

    Oh, and Super Mario Bros. 3 rulez! I have it on my Super Mario Allstars cartridge for my SNES, love to play it! Hope you do so, too! If you need some hints, here I am. 😉

  6. The next Christmas better involve a pool, food and half naked men, otherwise there will be fury rained upon everyone, fury I tell you!

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