I’m afraid to say, my friends, that I have been struck with plague.
The priest is coming at sundown to administer the last rites. I only hope he arrives before it’s too late…
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Of course, I’m exaggerating. But this cold I woke up with this morning certainly feels killer – stuffy nose, sore throat, pounding headache – the works
So what’s a teenager to do when she wakes up with a minor cold? Why, stay home from school of course.
Now, I don’t consider myself an overly lazy person – I always do my work on time, even if it sometimes only gets done at the last minute due to procrastination. Still, today felt like a pretty good day to take off, since I’m still reeling from the stress and exhaustion of prom (which was lovely, by the way. A wonderful way to wrap up senior year).
I say I’m not an overly lazy person – and that applies to even my lazy, sick day outfits. Even though I just sat around the house and no one but my dad saw me today, I still wanted to put a stylish spin on comfort clothes. I wore sweatpants, but I made sure they were well-fitting sweatpants. I wore a cheap camisole, but I layered it over a bright bralette to keep things interesting. I wore an oversized cardigan, but I made sure it was the only baggy thing I wore I could have the contrast of tight and loose.
I couldn’t resist just wearing my ratty old fuzzy slippers though. Not everything has to be stylish.
Here’s to hoping I feel better soon.
Bonus mirror selfie: