High & Low

Posted by Claudia Moser on 7:21 PM in

Another Wednesday, another day spend in Estonia and today unfortunately was not by best day, yesterday I ate something which truly upset my stomach, thus this will be remembered as the food poisoning day. A true LOW.

Still I would like to end it in a happy note, and mention that tonight I will be home :) And that will compensate all the headaches, the bad mood and the constant pain in the stomach.

Tomorrow is another day :)



Oh, it is awful to be sick away from home, especially when you have to work! Sorry, Claudia, I hope you are well soon.

Poor you Claudia. How horrible to be poorly when you're away from home. Do hope you'll be feeling better very soon. You'll be glad to be home again!

Ugh, my condolence! BEER! Alcohol kill germs, don'tcha know!

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I hope you feel much better once you get home into your own bed with a nice hot cup of tea.

I hope tomorrow you are yourself again.

I'm sending happy thoughts and quick good health your way.

Smiles from Jenny!

Hope you feel better :( Home is always a good remedy!

Oh, and you own 3000 books?!?! That is soooo many! I hope to have a collection that big one day :)

<3 kris&kel

@Belle - yes, but as expected being home cures all sickness
@This - today is another day :) and the sun is shining thus me smiling!
@Matt - well I kind of not like beer, but a glass of wine from time to time is enjoyable
@Jenny - I did have a nice cup at the airport, did a lot of good :)
@Kris - so true :) And yes, my bookshelves are full :)

Oh, so sorry to hear you had a grim day. We've all been there...it really isn't nice...most times I think we feel death would be a release...but, we recover and bounce happily on with life again! This too will pass :)

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