I ache all over. This is no joke!!!
I managed to pick up some bug from the plane on my flight to Madrid to race in Salamanca.
I knew as soon as I landed that something was up. My nose was running and I had sneezing fits. I always carry my emergency supply of Iburprofen and Vitamin C with me. I starting taking them straight away. But my results from the race show it did not work.
Why did I race? You might ask. My answer now I don't know. One stupid idea point goes to Joice. :(
The night after the meet I had night sweats so at least my body is/was trying to fight it. My main concern was not allowing it to settle in my chest. A sore throat and runny nose with muscle ache can be dealt with. A chest infection is another thing.
I think I must have drank about 10,000 gallons of water. Ok, yeah slight exaguraation but you get my point. lol
So I'm off to the Dr this morning as I am now home. I feeling a little better and praying it's just a 72 hour thing. Hang on no take that back I just sneezed. lol
I did pay back yesterday on my flight back. Sneezed all the way and spread my germs all over the plane. lol.
Well Brooks wont let me wallow so I will be doing some sort of pratice session this afternoon after seeing the Dr.
Anyway just a quick update. Im not to worried yet but if I still feel like this next Wednesday then hmmmm.
So I have a viral infection and have been told that I can not go to any of the 'High Performance Centres' in the UK for the next 5 days. Great!!!!!!!!!
So I will chill and leave this quote with you.
Challenges are gifts that force us to search for a new center of gravity. Don't fight them. Just find a different way to stand.
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