Hot Blooded, Check It and See, Got a Fever of 103*
Actually, it's more like a fever of 100.3. Which sounds very similar "103" but which is statistically (and medically) less significant than a fever of 103, although, in truth, I still feel pretty crappy.
I'm taking a sick day. Ensconced on my couch with the entire series of a brilliant little show called Freaks and Geeks. Evidently it aired sometime in 2000, when I was busy nursing the most sleepless child in America and watching every Law & Order episode ever made at all hours of the day and night. Who knew this little gem of a show was airing? Not me. But, I'm enjoying the heck out of it today. Wrapped up in a blanket, it's raining outside. If I didn't feel like something the cat dragged in I might call it a perfect sick day.
*I believe that Foreigner's Hot Blooded has some of the most misunderstood song lyrics of all time. I admit as a child I thought they were saying, "Hot Blooded, Chicken and Sea, Got a Fever of 103" - which, really, when you think about, makes no sense at all.