No No No. I refuse to be sick.

Headaches, muscle pain & fatigue, sore throat, urge to vomit… And of course, these symptoms are the worst during my classes. Luckily the bathroom is next door and the students don’t think it’s weird when I run out of the room.

Though the best part is having the urge to vomit while driving home on the highway. Fun times, I tell ya.

If I disappear for a while, I’m just in bed and can’t move. I’ll catch up on my e-mails one of these days…

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  • http://www.feveredbrainradio.com/ Mike Perazzetti

    If you are open to the idea there are some herbal cures that will work wonders: Turmeric and Cayenne Pepper. Seriously, these will kill anything. Try to find the cayenne organic and make the turmeric into a tea and roast a spoonful lightly and add to hot water. Drink at least twice daily. And take a look at http://www.earthclinic.com/

    Hope you get better soon!

  • http://www.feveredbrainradio.com Mike Perazzetti

    If you are open to the idea there are some herbal cures that will work wonders: Turmeric and Cayenne Pepper. Seriously, these will kill anything. Try to find the cayenne organic and make the turmeric into a tea and roast a spoonful lightly and add to hot water. Drink at least twice daily. And take a look at http://www.earthclinic.com/

    Hope you get better soon!

  • http://unautrejp.blogspot.com/ Justin

    On no Jennie! That stinks… I hope you feel better soon. Just get lots of rest. Look at it this way, if you get it out of the way now, then you can be healthy for Christmas! At least that is how I am looking at my cold.

    Take care and get well!

    Justins last blog post..An amazing weekend…

  • http://unautrejp.blogspot.com Justin

    On no Jennie! That stinks… I hope you feel better soon. Just get lots of rest. Look at it this way, if you get it out of the way now, then you can be healthy for Christmas! At least that is how I am looking at my cold.

    Take care and get well!

    Justins last blog post..An amazing weekend…

  • Frankofile

    Give in, don’t share it, and be kind to yourself.

  • Frankofile

    Give in, don’t share it, and be kind to yourself.

  • http://life-with-a-seaview.blogspot.com/ astrid

    Hope you feel better sonn!

    astrids last blog post..It Actually Works!

  • http://life-with-a-seaview.blogspot.com astrid

    Hope you feel better sonn!

    astrids last blog post..It Actually Works!

  • http://doubledouble-petitcafe.blogspot.com/ Stephanie

    Get well soon!!!

    Stephanies last blog post..I’m dreaming of a white Christmas…

  • http://doubledouble-petitcafe.blogspot.com/ Stephanie

    Get well soon!!!

    Stephanies last blog post..I’m dreaming of a white Christmas…

  • http://www.princesseecossaise.com/ princesse ecossaise

    Ohhhh Jennie! Poor you, there’s nothing worse than being in public and feeling as though you’re going to…bleugh! Sending sympathy!

    princesse ecossaises last blog post..That’s What Friends Are For

  • http://www.princesseecossaise.com princesse ecossaise

    Ohhhh Jennie! Poor you, there’s nothing worse than being in public and feeling as though you’re going to…bleugh! Sending sympathy!

    princesse ecossaises last blog post..That’s What Friends Are For

  • http://twentyeighthofmay.wordpress.com/ Sally

    Hope you feel better soon :-)

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  • http://twentyeighthofmay.wordpress.com Sally

    Hope you feel better soon :-)

    Sallys last blog post..Simple pleasures

Why is Jennie no longer in France?

I created this blog in September 2006 when I moved to France from Michigan to teach English. Many of the earlier posts are about my personal life in France, dealing with culture shock, traveling in Europe and becoming fluent in French. In July 2011, I relocated to Australia to start my PhD in Applied Linguistics. Although I am no longer living in France, my research is on foreign language pedagogy and I teach French at a university so these themes appear most often on the blog. I also continue to post about traveling and being an American abroad.

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