But still a life first - an ambulance ride. Not to worry, I am doing fine now but last night was a different story.
Symptoms like food poisoning or stomach flu (norovirus) with the latter the likely culprit as Hubby wasn't sick. I got quite dehydrated and weak so he call the paramedics who were great and then spent the wee hours of the morning in ER where they patched me up and then sent me home. Glad he decided to call as I wasn't in any condition to decide.
Hubby was asleep at 3 am of course but came and got me and brought me a coat and slippers as I was only in pajamas and socks. Remember it is cold in an ambulance and ER and grab something warm to take with you! The staff were all wearing fleece pullovers.
Anyway, I count myself lucky to not have been in an ambulance in 71 years of life. Now I have and I'm sure the neighbors are going to be asking what happened as the security staff first responders, fire truck and ambulance all showed up. Not an uncommon site in a 50 and over community and they have a wonderful response time. Still, a first time event at our house.
All this means I wasn't able to go to our first since February 2020 in person book club this morning. I was so looking forward to it but too little sleep and the possibility of infecting others kept me home.
Anyone else find riding in an ambulance makes them car sick? That was on top of everything else so they gave me a shot to stop the nausea which was great.
Today is already a better day so onward.