08 May 2009

Whininess, personified

[whine] So I am still sick. Which I find highly annoying and offensive. After all, I have plans this weekend, and the copious amounts of snot that I am producing is not making it very likely that I will be able to participate in these plans. Which, as I said already, I find highly annoying and offensive. We have a family get-together planned for tomorrow afternoon, which has been in the works for like 6 months. And now is when I have to get sick?

We were supposed to collect TheBrother at the airport and drive up to NJ tonight, but there is no way that I could sit in a car for 4 hours. So we are planning to go tomorrow morning at the crack of freaking dawn (8 am) to make it in time for the par-tay. But the way I am feeling right now, I may be sending TheBrother, TheHusband, and ThePinkThing, and I will be stuck here wallowing in my own sinuses, all by myself. And, shockingly, nobody wants us to stay over at their house, so TH, TPT, and will have to get a hotel (if I go at all). [/whine]

And how are you?

7 comments:

allrelated said...

I am so sorry to hear that you are that sick! {{{{hugs}}} Maybe you'll surprise yourself by feeling better tomorrow morning.

You need a heavy dose of SnotOff!

vince said...

Hope you get to feeling better soon and are able to par-tay.

By the way - I want to live in a world where 8 am the crack of freaking dawn. In my world that's normally 2 hours or more into the day.

xinef said...

Hope you were feeling well enough to go.

We're having a big party next weekend, so my fingers are crossed that we all stay well.

John the Scientist said...

Vince, try three and a half hours into the day. Now I know why our responses are so slow. ;-)

neurondoc said...

I was up at 6, mind you, in order to get everyone out of the house by 8. We actually left by 8:17, which was amazing. And we made to North Jersey by 12:15. Delaware is much more pleasant when there isn't any traffic.

Danny G said...

Why is it I hear about DC to NJ taking 4 hours but it's never when I'm in the car?

neurondoc said...

Because we drive slow when we have you trapped in the back as ThePinkThing's personal entertainment activity, that's why.