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What Do You Do When It Hurts to Think?

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I think the beginning of the school year sickness will be an annual ritual in my household. First, my son goes back to school and picks up a germ and brings it home. Then my husband gets a little sick. Then I get full-blown sick. It literally hurts to think.

So, no real post for today. Instead I’ll make a little announcement because even though I am sick, I am still excited for next week. Why? Because I’m going to be having an awesome giveaway. A company gave me five of something to give away.

I’m probably going to spill the beans before then, because I am the worst when it comes to things like this. I love giving things away! Especially when the product can help you keep track of your finances.

Oops…just gave a clue…see what I mean? πŸ™‚

Anyways, since the weekend is almost here, I want to devote a full work-week to the giveaway to give everyone a chance to read about it. Make sure you check back next week!


11 Comments

  • Reply Annie Walker |

    Have you thought about having a guest blogger or two in reserve for moments like this? I’m sure that there are a few of us out here who would be more than willing to help when sickness strikes…

    I hope you get well soon – I understand where you are coming from, my daughter picked up a stomach bug on her first ever day of school πŸ™ Thankfully the rest of us have avoided it, but it was an … unpleasant… 12 hours!

  • Reply Budgetman |

    LOL – I know exactly what you mean. I’m sick right now too and my head’s too full of fluids to make room for the thought needed to craft a full sentence or two – thank goodness for future posts πŸ˜‰

  • Reply Jim ~ mydebtblog.com |

    I always get a cold when the weather changes from hot to cold quickly. A gallon of Hi-C over a week can usually flush it out for me though. Hope you feel better and your giveaway has caught my interest.

  • Reply Akhtar |

    if your down with a cold/flu take 500mg vitamic c (chewable) in the morning and one at night, your cold will soon disappear. and if you carry on taking the vitamic c you will hardly catch a cold again(you’ll get the odd one or two but you won’t feel the full effects)

So, what do you think ?