Forget the caviar & cocktails,cough syrup and cold medicine is what’s on the menu
Sean began running a fever on Day 2 of of our 4-day weekend and that pretty much set the stage for our entire holiday.
I can’t count the number of gross and germy used tissues I threw away or remember the exact number of cans of soup that were eaten, but what I do remember is hearing the moans and groans of a 28-year-old man echo throughout the house.
For a person who proclaimes that he felt like he was dying, he sure mustered up enough life to say “I’m sick” a million times a day.
By the time Christmas Eve rolled around, I was approaching the edge of insanity and had to get out of the house and away from him.
My parents and I were meeting at my sister’s house to exchange gifts and I couldn’t wait to get there.
It was a chilly evening and we spent most of out time outside on the back patio enjoying each other’s company, but little did I know that I would soon be the one needing to take a trip to the drug store.
I was never a sickly shild, but the older I get the less my immune system does for me.
I had bronchitis for the first time two years ago, and now, everytime I start to sniffle or there’s a “bug” around, I know that I will evitably get sick.
I tried my hardest not to let his germs get the best of me.
I sprayed Lysol disinfectant spray, kept my hands washed and quarantined Sean to a particular part of the house.
But all my precautions failed and now the tables have turned and he’s taking care of me.
I guess what goes around comes around - even colds - and tag, I’m it.
Time for a hot bowl of soup and box of tissue, until next year - Happy Holidays!
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Dr. Brian Brogle earned his medical degree from Louisiana State University School of Medicine. Following graduation, he completed a General Surgery residency at Tulane University Medical Center and a Urology residency at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. Dr. Brogle is board certified by the American Board of Urology. Dr. Brogle has been on staff at St. Charles Parish Hospital since 1999.