Me: “The doctor said if you still have a fever by Sunday, you have to go for the dengue fever test.”
Shaye: “Oh no! I hope it’s not donkey fever.”
[Jokes aside, it has been a very stressful week. Shaye, my 8-year old daughter recovered from her fever. Unfortunately, Sydelle, my 12-year old daughter and hubby were diagnosed with dengue fever on Monday, 5.8.19. But they are on the mend and I’m glad they are recovering well and they are in good spirits.]
“A most malicious cough” ―
“I have been coughing, wheezing and sneezing these past few days. I think I may have fractured a rib.” – NBC
A nurse burst into the doctor’s office:
Nurse : “Doctor, the patient you just gave a clean bill of health dropped dead outside the door. What should I do?”
Doctor: “Quick! Turn him the other way so he’ll look like he was just coming in.”
I’ve got a giveaway for you!
It’s a book called Happy Guide. It was written by a guy called Michael Kinnaird who suffered a living hell for 13 years and doesn’t want anyone else to go through what he did. The big message is that most problems are solved the same way: by putting the causes of health and happiness in place.
I’ve just finished reading it and I think it’s a wonderful read. It’s honest, easy to read, informative and a purrfect ‘Happy Guide.’ And I love all the quotes in this book.
To win one of three copies, please leave a comment below stating whether you’d like the eBook or paperback version. First three comments win!
A bed but not sleep.
A house but not a home.
Books but not knowledge.
Clocks but not time.
Company but not friends.
Finery but not beauty.
Food but not appetite.
Insurance but not safety.
Luxuries but not comfort.
Medicine but not health.
Pleasure but not happiness
Position but not respect.
Religion but not salvation.
“A little thought and a little kindness are often worth more than a great deal of money.” – John Ruskin