Grace in Small Things

  1. Pseudoephedrine.  Wow is it ever worth taking that stupid little plastic card to the pharmacy counter and showing your driver’s license and signing whatever the hell it is they make you sign to get your hands on a decongestant that actually kind of WORKS.  Yes, pharmacy tech person, I know I probably DO look like a meth addict, but seriously, it’s a head cold.  That moment of being able to breathe through your nose again?  Like…well, a drug.  The cracked-out sweaty-palmed feeling is just a bonus.
  2. Hot, hot beverages.  Tea.  With honey.       
  3. Riiiiiiiiiiicoolaaaa!
  4. Ibuprofen
  5. That I hardly ever get sick like this.  I’m not a very good sport about it.
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8 thoughts on “Grace in Small Things

  1. Bazarov says:

    Ricola…excellent.

  2. LOL. It's good shit, no?

  3. Bazarov says:

    Don't know if I've ever had them, but what kid didn't go around singing that after they saw the commercial? Ahh, nostalgia.

  4. Really? They are good! Even the packaging is nostalgic…they put them in a paper bag instead of plastic for some reason.

  5. Bazarov says:

    Ricola must be Swiss for, "I raped your forest to makes these cough drop wrappers."

  6. The bag, not the wrappers! LOL. Wrappers are still super environmentally friendly petroleum derived plastic. But if we're making up a Swiss language, sure, why not?

  7. Rhapsody B. says:

    Blessings, hope you are feeling better. I am myself recovering from a sinus cold, everything from the neck up was conjested. I used Saline nasal spray (non-medicated so can be used often), works like a charm and no drugs. Just lots of liquids (water, Green tea, orange peel tea, mint tea, OJ), loads of sleep and saline nasal spray.feel better and have a fantastic weekend

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