My nephew had come over with a cold he got from his grandma and uncle .
His uncle is only 11 so still a kid, well he broke his arm and had to go to the ER and they brought back with them a killer flu/cold deal.
Everyone got sick, they were miserable for a while then got over it.
And then my nephew came over, it looked safe, he had no sniffles, no coughing.
He looked fine.
My mom and I were just packing up for a trip and we all thought it was okay to go.
The sickness was over and the possibility of anyone of us getting sick looked slim.
The next day which was our day to leave he started getting sick.
We couldn’t cancel the trip so my mom and I left the baby with his daddy and grandpa and we went to another town 5 hours away.
The way there was great, it was fun and the longest I’ve ever been on a road trip, the next day my mom was busy with work (this was a work trip) so I was on my own....
I started getting sick, by the end of the day I was https://miserable.I didn’t have my nebulizer with me and I didn’t have my https://mom.I was alone in my casino room with nothing to do and on my https://period.Yeah that was shitty.
That night the coughing started, it was all alright I just slept.
The next day though we were done with the trip and started to pack up.
I had a cough, the whole way home I coughed and coughed and coughed more.
The rest of that week was awful.
I ended up with pneumonia, severe pneumonia...not hospital worthy but my doctors were scared for a while.
My fever went to 103/104 I was vomitting it was probably the worst I’ve ever been.
This lasted through November and December.
Moral of the story, be careful with respiratory illness.
Especially with Covid.
Please pray for the vulnerable , protect them, show them your love from a safe distance and don’t get to comfortable even when things open up again.
Everyone (from the other family)said that the flu I got was a smal viral illness , it wasn’t a small reaction for me.
Covid may be small for other people...not really but you get my point... but it’s not small for those of us with weak immune systems.
#stay home ...stay safe #
Spread love, spread health, just not germs..
Have a good life peeps.
Thanks for the non stop support with.....everything .
This was my story.
Just wanted to share.