No Hands in Mouth

by Lucky Red Hen on October 26, 2010

You know the saying, “Put your foot in your mouth,” right? Well, I’d like to emphasise No Hands in Mouth instead. I can see this idea spreading like wildfire; just about as fast as the latest germ-infested illness.

Yes, wah wah wah, I was sick so I’m whining. Now that I’m at the absolute tail end of the sick (cold, cough, sore throat, flu, fever, crud in my chest) but now my neck is cricked. CRICKED! Ugh. Before the three weeks of sick I had a stomach ache for a couple of weeks (and to the tune of $125 found out it was just heartburn; yet I’m pleased to find it wasn’t worse, just wish it was a cheaper visit), and now my neck is busted.

You’d think three plus weeks of lying around I would’ve exhausted all Netflix, Hulu and DVD options but I found some more Cake Boss to watch today while I rested my neck. I’ve never felt so useless. Maybe I should be reading educational material and getting smarter (which means I think I’m pretty smart in the first place or I would’ve just said “smart.”) But I didn’t think of that until AFTER I was done being sick. I also didn’t think to pull out the laptop and catch up on reading blogs (boy howdy do I have a lot of blogs to catch up on).

So my goal is No Hands in Mouth (or eyes; I rub my eyes too much) to steer clear of illnesses so I can stop feeling like a loser (I also realized I got this same sickness last year at the same time). Or, whenever I AM sickly, I shall remember this post and catch up on my blog reading…



Elena October 27, 2010 at 7:43 am

3 weeks? That is crazy! Gurl, you know to have contacted me by now–we would have gotten you better in no time!

Things you should read [get them from library or buy]: The China Study by T Colin Campbell [] and Green for life by V Boutenko []. You can also watch some videos that I recommend, since you were into much TV ;) check out Food Inc [] Simpply Raw [] and Healing Cancer from Inside out [].

You would feel a changed person after that for sure ;)

Mrs. Organic October 27, 2010 at 11:38 am

But reading requires effort and when you’re sick you want that effort to go into recuperation. Which is basically my way of saying you must just lay back and watch stuff that doesn’t require brain power. :)

Sarah L. October 27, 2010 at 3:27 pm

Glad you’re finally getting over it. Your blog is beautiful!

Geo November 12, 2010 at 10:17 am

Yer new blog’s real perty.

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