Dear My Immune System:
It’s December, so it’s time for me to make my annual reminder: There is no getting sick in December. There is altogether too much to do!
(Sidebar: People of Earth! Can we please move Christmas to July for real? I get that you want to decorate your house, your car, your kids, buy presents, take a week off, enjoy the snow, do the Elf on the Shelf thing and sing along to Debbie Gibson’s immortal version of Sleigh Ride but year end is on the way so this is seriously inconvenient).
Anyway. So no getting sick in December. I’m out of sick days anyway.
And none in January because that’s Year End.
February is absolutely a no go on illness because I need that month to catch up on the stuff that I didn’t get done in December and January.
March? Only if absolutely necessary. I have a week off scheduled but I really do not want to spend it sick.
Maybe April. Okay, immune system, you can wreak some havoc in April but only if my boss is in town and my robot coworker is around too.
And noooo, immune system, I will not do anything to make this easier. I got a flu shot what more do you want? I will not stay hydrated, I will not take vitamins, I will not get 8 hours of sleep. I will wash my hands frequently but that’s it.
Fight the good fight, immune system.