Shabbos was a ton of fun. Phil and Timmy joined us for lunch and ended up spending the day. Buzz was absolutely thrilled to have a captive aunt and uncle for his own personal entertainment. We did a quick park run but for the most part we basked in the air-conditioning.Sadly on Saturday night I wasn't feeling too great. When Sunday morning rolled around and I wasn't feeling much better I became slightly paranoid that my food had poisoned everybody. Thankfully Phil and Timmy assured me that they were feeling fine. Buzz and Z were also feeling ok, so it was just me who was out of sorts.
Sunday dragged by - it took like what seemed forever. In the span of two minutes when I spaced out at around 6:30PM, Buzz conked out. Z had decided to stay at work late in order to sit with his boss on some info for the house plans - which was great - but also bad since the kid conked out so early.
Monday wasn't decidedly better for me considering the kid woke up for the day at a little before 5am. At some point I found the strength to wash all of the dairy dishes that were still sitting in the sink for Shabbos - but that wiped me out for the remainder of the day. When Z got home from work we went out to the mall to let Buzz burn off some of his over-abundant energy stores.
Luckily my friend was able to suggest another awesome GP. The catch - his office is in RBS. Thankfully Z agreed to go in to work late so that I could go to the dr. He also drove me to the office and kept Buzz entertained at the park while I had my appointment. (How awesome is he?!) Luckily the dr. agreed that I'm most likely just suffering from a virus - but said that I looked rather dehydrated and recommended IV fluids. That turned into a whole different experience where I spent an hour hooked up to a drip in a comfy chair in the nurses office of the local medical-clinic. I got a big awesome surprise when my mom showed up to take me home. Or to her home at any rate - since that's where Z and Buzz had ended up when they left me at the clinic.