COVID haiku.

two lines
is enough

It was inevitable I guess. Kelly tested positive yesterday after getting a scratchy throat, then feeling worse.

Over the last week several of her close work colleagues have succumbed. Our local health system must really be struggling right now.

So far, I feel OK. But as we are both in home quarantine for the next seven days chances of me getting it too are pretty high. Such is life.

Kelly is feeling a bit rubbish today, so I’m nursing her with tea and thick honey-toast and aspirin throat gargles. Juno is doing his bit with therapeutic snuggling PRN.

Kelly is already going stir crazy stuck in the guest bedroom (day 1 of 7) and I think she is secretly hoping I turn positive so she can come out again.
Of course I’m kidding, she knows very well what a TERRIBLE patient I am when I get sick. Think man-flu on biotic steroids.

Im already looking around the house for that tiny (nurse call) bell to use should I need it. You know, for snacks, and adjusting pillows and suchlike.

Seems Kelly hid it good.

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2 responses to “COVID haiku.”

  1. Stuart Bullock Avatar
    Stuart Bullock

    Both of you please keep well


  2. Oh Dear…poor Kelly….Heaven Help her if you succumb…..manage to dodge it myself so far…..but i know it will be inevitable…..


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