Unbelievably Awful Month

Well, I never got over my sickness (which is apparently sinusitis, not pneumonia), but events did not let me rest. Last week, my daddy died. My sickness promptly came back, and I am now on medical leave from work.

I don’t really know what to say, but since you guys genuinely seem to care, I thought I’d let you know what was going on.

10 Thoughts to “Unbelievably Awful Month”

  1. You’ve had more than your share of grief. I’m sorry to hear about your dad and now that you’re sick again. Considering the stress you must be under, I’m not surprised you had a relapse. I hope your dad didn’t suffer.

    Take care, Tia. Take all the time you need.

  2. Oh no, I’m so sorry to hear about your dad. 🙁 Condolences to you and your family.

  3. I am so sorry about your loss, babe. Under the circumstances, I’m not surprised you’re still feeling under the weather. Be kind to yourself, rest as much as possible, and eat copious amounts of garlic.


  4. *HUGS* I am so sorry. Be gentle with yourself during this tough time.

  5. Oh, sweetie. I’m so, so sorry about your Dad. What a shock for you. I hope you are taking good care of yourself and sticking close to your family.
    Sending big, big hugs. –L.

  6. I’m so sorry, Tia. You and your family are in my thoughts.

  7. I’m so sorry. Relapses are tough under the best of times. So is losing someone close. {concerned look, HUGS, SQUEEZES}

    Anne Elizabeth Baldwin

  8. Chicory

    I am so sorry about your dad. I don’t know what to say. I don’t think there’s anything I can say except I’ll be praying for you. Take care of yourself. That may not be easy to remember, especially when the rest of your family is hurting too.

  9. Raven


    I’m so sorry to hear about your dad. I also am not surprised to hear your sickness came back after his passing. I wish you comfort and many memories of all the good times you had with your dad, and I hope your health improves soon.

  10. Tia Nevitt

    Thank you everyone. I am feeling a little better, but this illness is stubborn, and I have learned to be cautious. I will not be calling my doctor and asking for my “fit for duty” note until I am 100%.

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