they don’t look so bad right? All sweet and sleepy and stuff?
Until you leave them alone in your room while you have small group and don’t want them
begging for food and jumping all over us distracting us from our studies.
Who’s a bad puppy? This guy.
The evidence of bad puppy-ness
SO naughty!! I know it was Guinness, because Chloe will barely jump on the bed by herself much less figure out how to turn TWO trash cans over. She may have contributed to the mayhem once they were turned over, but I know Guinn was the culprit who started it all. Serves us right for not emptying the trash.
This is his “I’m real sorry and I will never-ever-ever do it again until the next time you leave a full trash-can unattended” look.
We weren’t friends for a little while, but then he came and put is head on my arm and looked at me with those eyes and I of course scratched his ears and gave him belly rubs. Cinnamon <—-SUCKER.
The bronchial issues:
I’m pretty sure that my head cold from last week has turned into bronchitis. Sadness times 10. I was just jealous of Paul and wanted to be just like him? After an
super quick exhaustive search on the Google, I found this…
What causes acute bronchitis?
Acute bronchitis is usually caused by a virus. Often a person gets acute bronchitis after having an upper respiratory tract infection such as a cold (CHECK) or the flu. In rare cases, acute bronchitis is caused by bacteria.
Acute bronchitis also can be caused by breathing in things that irritate the bronchial tubes, such as smoke. It also can happen if a person inhales food or vomit into the lungs (umm, gross). (HMMM…I was in Vegas breathing a TON of smoke in b/c of the casinos right before I got sick…coincidence? I think NOT!
What are the symptoms?
The most common symptom of acute bronchitis is a cough that is dry and hacking at first (CHECK) . After a few days, the cough may bring up mucus. (CHECK) You may have a low fever and feel tired. (not really, but I do feel kind of more tired than normal)
Acute bronchitis symptoms usually start 3 or 4 days after an upper respiratory tract infection. Most people get better in 2 to 3 weeks. But some people continue to have a cough for more than 4 weeks. FOUR WEEKS???? I hope not.
I felt ok on Fri and Sat but on Sunday the coughing and congestion/mucus really got to me and really started wearing me out. Mornings are by far the WORST. Today I tried this liquid Mucinex stuff and it seems to be working really well. My congestion is less and I don’t feel like I have to cough every 5 seconds. My chest still hurts, but hopefully I will be on the mend soon. Meh.
Do you have bad puppies?
Have you ever had bronchitis? Share your sob story with me so I can commiserate with you!