The last thing you want to do when you are sick is drive to the store for medicine. Therefore, I usually keep a stash of drugs for such an occasion. When I woke up this morning feeling like I might be coming down with a cold, I haphazardly searched through drawers and cabinets looking for the stash, hoping to find a Dayquil or something comparable.
Neither the front nor back of the package said what they were though. Since I don’t buy over the counter meds except for decongestants, cough/cold, or allergy, chances are it was for something sinus related. Not being quite sure though, I looked up the maker and the pill # and the ingredients online. The meds are in fact a decongestant of some kind, but not knowing the reason I had bought it in the first place made me hesitant to take them. It’s a mystery why the maker of medication wouldn’t put what it is, beyond the ingredients, on the package. While the name of the medication helps me with its use, the ingredients don’t mean anything to me.
After they took effect I headed out for a couple of errands, including more cold medication and Kleenex. I know I have 2-3 boxes of Kleenex in this house somewhere (from the last time I was sick), but for the life of me I can’t find them anywhere. So now, I have four more boxes to hide around the house to not find when I need it.
The last couple of days I haven’t been home until after 9:00 at night so Rigby has not been on a walk in two days. Now, not being able to breathe through my nose, I know we’re in for another day or two without activity. As a peace offering I also came home with a new toy to vicariate in order to pass the time.
I know I’m partial, but really could she be cuter!?!?!
Anyhow, it’s 3PM on Saturday, and I am looking forward to a restful remainder of the weekend. And so far the floppy dog toy is still intact.