As usual, I'm getting over being sick. I've been sick with alarming frequency and with the weirdest things ever since I got this job. My track record so far includes:
A cold roughly every three months
Numbness of feet
Overall poor circulation
That's all in a year and a half. Stupid, isn't it?
The dumbest part is that when I worked retail I was rarely, if ever, sick. Maybe once a year. And I was in constant contact with different people, children, dust, money...I mean it was a germ playground. What gives?
I have gotten especially fed up today because I felt pretty good this morning when I left the house. I could breathe out my nose, my cough was dry and faint, I seemed to be on the mend nicely. I got to work and within 10 minutes of being here it was like someone had turned on a faucet in my face.
Clearly, I'm allergic to work. I have to be. I'm not allergic to anything else. Nothing. Not a plant, food, or animal causes me any sort of reaction. Pollen season? No sweat. House full of 7 long haired cats? Bring it on. Shrimp pad thai with peanut sauce? Yum. You get my point.
So, being me, I have come up with outrageous explaination for this ridiculousness. *puts on House lab coat and grabs stethoscope*
You see, there are these giant water spots above my cubicle that have gone without attention: