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Feeling ill

I didn't get to have my jab last night! They open the doors and phones at 7pm, I got through at 2 mins past, and they were booked up! But I did get an apointment for 7.15 on Monday, which is late, but less than 7 days late so I should be OK.

But I feel really sick! I've been feeling sick since last night, since just after I ate my tea. I only had fish fingers, potato waffles and beans, nothing fancy or rich, and I've felt like I'm going to throw up ever since! I thought I'd be alright after a good nights sleep, and for about an hour this morning I've felt ok, and now I feel like shit again. Not good! I can't face breakfast, and I'm still trying to force down the same cup of coffee Yorkie handed me more than half an hour ago.

It's going to be an odd day today. Yorkie is working funny hours as tonight is late opening night for the Christmas shoppers, so he starts at 11am instead of 8.30, and finishes at 8pm not 5.30, which is why I'm still home and writting this blog, and not already at MM (probably writting my blog as there is nothing else to do while I'm there!)

I'm really not in the mood to go out at all today, but it has to be done. I have to go and collect my wages and put some money in the bank as there's none left in there! I still have some Christmas shopping of my own to do, and I need to buy a new kettle, as ours has blown up, and drinking coffee made from water boiled in a pan and kept in a thermos flask just isn't the same! (it's yuck!) But all I want to do today is go back to bed with a hot water bottle and stay there. MM without Andrea just isn't any fun. Daz is great, but you just can't get the same level of gossip out of a man and when I'm feeling like shit, as I am, nothing makes me feel better more than a good slagging off of a mutual enemy. I might just give Andrea a call later on and see if she fancies coming Christmas shopping with me this afternoon, so we can have a good natter.

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