Breathing is Over Rated

October 25th 2007 / 1 minute to read

I currently have an extreme case of the flu. My doctor told me today that aside from the chest x-rays being clear, I basically have the flu with all pneumonia symptoms. I’m in agony. I can’t remember the last time I’ve been so sick. I’ve actually lost most of my voice. Anyway, to just post something while I’m attempting to actually sit up for the first time in 12 hours, here’s some recent photos from last week.




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Beautiful pictures, as per usual. As for the sickness—Drink lots of fluids and make Theraflu your new best friend. I hope you get better soon!


I hope you get better soon.

The pictures are gorgeous as usual, I love them! I’ve always loved your photography and love for Autumn.

Reply to Sarah

Ugh, that’s horrible. I hope you feel better soon!

Reply to Alicia

I love the pictures!  I hope that you feel better soon.

Reply to Jenn

Oh, that sucks. *sends virtual chicken soup*

But honestly, who needs to breathe anyway? Oxygen is really just a corrosive chemical that breaks apart all other bonds. Rather nasty, to be honest.

(Get better soon.)

Reply to Arielle

Hey Sarah…been a while since I left a comment, I guess. I hope you get to feeling better! How is Daniel liking school so far? My youngest started kindergarten this year. I can hardly believe it.

Reply to red

sarah… are you taking care of yourself?
seems like you’ve been sick for awhile now.
can i treat you to some herbal tea?

Reply to john

I hope you’re feeling better by now, sweetie. 

Beautiful shots, as always.  I really love the second.

Reply to Ally

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