Is it starve a cold feed a fever, or is it the other way around?
I don't want to jinx myself either way...but after waking up with a telltale sore and dry right nostril last night and the inability to want to crawl out of bed and leap into my day with verve and gusto (it's been like this for a few days...I just thought I was being a space cadet) and after spending more than a few days intermittently sneezing, I have come to the conclusion that I either have a fall weather cold or allergies.
The fall weather cold occurs for me most every year due to the days being very warm and the nights being very cold. It's been this way since I was a small tyke (according to my mother) and it seems like some years I can sneak into fall without being sniffled...I really should be more preventative, after all these years...but it's almost like I can't wrap my mind around the idea that this could happen.
(and I'm old)
(I should totally know better)
The allergy theory is coming about because of the rather large plume of billowing smoke that is ascending behind the mountains and settling on the town due to a prescribed burn.
I think they are trying to kill us.
I say this because more than 50% of the people I'm coming into contact with are sniffling, sneezing, and wiping their eyes. I also totally stopped taking anything for my allergies a couple of months back. Probably too soon...again in denial that they really aren't serious about their threat to burn the surrounding area for three months.
Roll that around on your tongue for a while and tell me how that feels.
It feels like I need to get my tush up to CostCo and invest in more Zyrtec, that's what.
Because I'm not sure which one of these it is: Cold or allergies.
I shall just take a Zyrtec with a soup chaser.
That should totally help.