It does get better .... eventually!

Chest infection resolved by emergency meds last November. Next a repeat performance at the start of January (nice entry to 2017!) but that decided to stick around so the emergency meds got followed by another dose!

You know that feeling "will it ever get better?" then, this morning I woke to bright skies and suddenly realised that the yuck feeling that's been hanging around for three months has finally gone and left .... without even saying "Goodbye!"

Now, don't get me wrong I'm happy its gone ... I just got so used to feeling bad that I forgot what good felt like!

I don't know but I think there might be a message or morale of some sort in there but, if I'm wrong (quite common) then sorry for wasting your time!

Have a good day

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  • You give me hope ...

  • Just when you y_not!

    So pleased you are feeling better and long may infection stay away.

    Take care xxxxxxxx

  • I just don't know when I got better, I guess it was probably a week or two ago but I just didn't notice! How odd is that? Reminder to self - be more vigilant about bow you feel every day!

  • good to hear your feeling better

  • Good morning y_not,

    This is wonderful news for you. It's been a long one for many of us, and to hear it has disappeared without even saying cheerio is the best of news. How rude of it not to speak after being your close companion for so long, and how happy you sound. Good riddance to bad rubbish I say.


  • So great to learn you are at last seeing light at the end of the tunnel y_not . Stay well.

  • Glad to hear that you're feeling better - long may it last :) x

  • Hi Y-not, that's good news your infection has gone. A ray of hope for all of us suffering winter bugs. Have a good day yourself, I'm having a restful one as I had a long one yesterday at a council transport meeting.

  • Hi y_not

    I keep saying Goodbye to mine, but it seems to like where it is and refuses to go !! 😟

    Glad you are free of it...Well done πŸ˜‚


  • Hi y not ,,,I'm pleased to hear the dreaded bug has finally upt and gone ,πŸ‘ ,,I was the same this time last year ,December2015 to end of march 2016 repeated chest infections ,( including pneumonia) like you I wondered if I would ever feel well Again , I was so weak ,and I lost interest in everything, i must have looked like a witch as I just couldn't be bothered with anything ,,,,,it's exhausting isn't it ,πŸ™‡β€β™€οΈ,to constantly feel so low , but today here in staffordshire we are waking to the sun shining 🌀and it's 10 degrees,so a lovely day to look forward to ,,, I hope it's a lovely day where you are and you can enjoy some fresh air β˜€οΈ,,,,I'm off to the gym now to keep up the hard work I've put in the last few months ,πŸƒβ€β™€οΈπŸ‹οΈβ€β™€οΈπŸš΄β€β™€οΈI hope you have a lovely day , and smile πŸ™‚you got through it all πŸ™‚, here's to better days ahead for you ,🌈

  • Hello - nice to see you again, and I'm really pleased you're feeling better.

    I know what you mean. You feel ill for so long that it seems that this is how it's going to be - that you've taken a massive step down. Then, one day you feel better!

    Welcome back! x

  • Good to see you back and sorry to hear you have been fighting the fight again and again....I've been thinking..😊....perhaps everyone should have a hide out from other humans during the winter especially because that's how everyone picks up the germs...πŸ‘ΏπŸ‘ΎπŸ‘ΏπŸ‘ΎπŸ‘Ώ hope you feel much better, huff x

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