The mountains of Western North Carolina and Northeast Georgia are beautiful in springtime. The dogwoods are blooming, showing off their gorgeous blossoms and the daffodils are beginning to peek out of their warm dark earthen beds. The birds have begun to migrate back North and stop off to check out the latest feeders added to the yard.
Sounds like a wonderland doesn’t it? It really is. Until you start to notice a little sluggish start in the morning and then, before you know it, you’re infected.
The problem was I couldn’t just run to the doctor and get a shot or a 7-day Z-Pack to overcome this particular illness. Oh no. This one required a week-long visit in the hospital. Lot’s of tests were run and none of them were coming back with good results. I was totally frustrated and ready to call in someone, anyone, for a second opinion! How can it be. I follow all the necessary precautions to create a healthy environment. How could this have happened to ME??
It was finally determined that my only hope to continue a normal and productive life was to undergo a complete internal cleaning. The recommendation was to wipe everything out and start fresh so that’s what they did.
The technician wiped my hard drive clean and was able to completely eradicate that ugly virus. Cyndi missed me terribly during that week and I am sure she got way behind in her work while I was out-of-commission. It took another three or four days for her to reinstall all the programs that we need to work efficiently. I’m really glad though that she was wise enough to keep a backup of all the documents we create together.
We’re back together now. Cyndi and I are a great team. I know she missed you all while she was trying to take care of me!
Hugs and love,
PS - Make sure YOUR vaccinations are up to date!!!