A couple of weeks ago in my class, we talked about how our body never fights the exact same virus twice because our body makes anti-bodies to fight them. That's why viruses are always changing so they can continue to infect us. I hate viruses. So at this very moment, my body is fighting an epic, once in a lifetime battle against an army of viruses that I am naming The Orks. Oh yes. We're going Middle Earth. If this virus is made up of Orks, then I am the thousands of Rohan people trapped inside Helms Deep. It looks bad, folks. It's dark. I've got no groceries. The Orks are trying to break down my system one assault at a time. In other words, I realized I had a fever when I started shivering for no reason. I'm holding on to...
"Look to my coming on the first light of the fifth day, at dawn look to the east." Gandalf
In other words, this thing started on Wednesday so I'm hoping I wake up feeling much better tomorrow morning. You know, darkest before the dawn? Gandalf (aka my immune system) will show up with his army of elves and destroy this virus. I know they'll regroup and attack in the next movie, but I just want them to go away now!
Okay, the meds are kicking in. It's not safe for me to write anymore. If you stuck through this rambling piece of medicated fan fiction, you're good people. You either truly love me, or you're really bored in which case, can I recommend a few Netflix items for you? First, The Crown is excellent. There are a few nude scenes of Matt Smith from behind, just FYI. Also, Sherlock has new episodes to watch (but I am way behind on Sherlock so don't talk to me about it). The White Rabbit Project is fun if you like science Myth Busters type stuff. If you have Sling, I came across 10 Things I Hate About You last night which is one of my FAVORITE 90s movies so it might be on again. Gladiator has been on a lot too. I forgot how good it is.
This makes it seem like I watch a lot of TV. Um...I do sometimes...but I also read books. Don't judge me for this.