Tuesday, March 1, 2011


Déjà vu (French pronunciation: [deʒa vy]  ( listen), meaning "already seen") is the experience of feeling sure that one has already witnessed or experienced a current situation, even though the exact circumstances of the previous encounter are uncertain and were perhaps imagined. 

The only thing I can say is my previous experience was not uncertain or imagined.  Because as shocking as it it, I am SICK again.  Last Friday I woke up with a slight sore throat, but other than that I felt fine.  That day I went for a nice 4 mile run, then went to a yoga sculpt class.  Saturday, the throat was still sore, but I managed to get a 11.5 mile bike ride in.  I was going to do an open water swim with Jeff after the bike, but opted out because I didn't want the throat thing to get worse.  Sunday, still sore, felt a little worn down, and throw in some sinus pressure.

Monday, woke up, couldn't talk, but felt normal. I let the pugs out and it felt great out.  Decided to go for a run, since I missed my Sunday run.  Overall the run went well.  My legs felt awesome, and I was even feeling like my mojo was back!  But after about a mile in I had to slow the pace a bit as I was struggling to breath.  There is definitely something going on with my upper respiratory system.  And as the day went on, I started to feel worse.  I went to the store, loaded up on meds and went to bed.  Today I am going to lay low and rest and hope it goes away.  If not, back to the Dr. I go.

Then that should be it for the year.  I have gotten all my sickness out of the way and WILL NOT be getting sick again!  That is what I have to tell myself to not go crazy!


  1. Bummer, I am sending healing vibes your way!

  2. Yikes! You need to quarantine yourself from Jeff! Stop the spread of the infection! haha!

    Hope this one passes over you quickly so you can at least breath normally on a run.

  3. Bummer!! I hope you feel better sooner rather than later!

  4. Hope you feel better soon! You better not get Jeff sick again - I don't want to listen to him whine anymore. haha :)

  5. yep
    It took me 4 months and two Z-packs to completely kick it out of my upper respiratory system. I had it late Oct and again late Dec.
    I think now Im finally clear? Hope you feel better soon ...it will work its way out!