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Signs of Delirium

I woke back up at 6:00pm, core temperature hot and extremities and head really cold. Erg.

I stumbled to the shower, balance systems failing. At least I'm not too queasy anymore, and my gut has stopped with the bubbling.

Decided that I am not having any hallucinations, which is a good sign. I am having minor delirium, which is not. Pretty sure I'm minorly delirious because my brain has dredged up a memory of the old "George of the Jungle" Tookee-tookee bird, and finds it funny.

Me: *headache throb* "Ooh, oww, eeeeg! Tookee tookee!" *snicker* *throb* "Ow! Hee hee..."

I take a v. hot shower. Not sure if this is a good idea, but I feel a bit better afterwards.

Tookee tookee birds are now no longer as funny, except in context of watching delirious bat in retrospect. Good sign.


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Jan. 10th, 2005 06:59 pm (UTC)

Poor bat-bat! Is this the horrid stuff that Tug had?
Jan. 10th, 2005 07:01 pm (UTC)
It seems likely.
Jan. 10th, 2005 11:13 pm (UTC)
I <3 the Tookee-tookee bird! Hee.

Hope you you have a speedy recovery, Bat-bat.
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Jan. 11th, 2005 03:19 pm (UTC)
I hope you're feeling better by now. Trebuchet seems to act funny when you're down. :) (symbiotic digitalia?)
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