I’m super sick, but I can still make Dianny Images

I’ve been super sick for over two weeks now. It’s been a rollercoaster ride of rising and falling temperatures, coughing and chest tightness – not to mention all around fatigue and crankiness.

My brother is convinced I have the Wuhan virus. But I live alone and rarely if ever go anywhere, so where in the name of sweet, fancy Moses would I have picked it up?

And even if I did have WuFlu, what could they possibly do for me? It isn’t as if there’s a treatment — I mean other than hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin cocktail.  I’m already on hydroxychloroquine; and if I took azithromycin, my throat would close up faster than you can say “Oxygen, becoming an issue!”

I’m allergic to macrolides. Hell, I’m allergic to macrolides, quinolones, penicillin and tetracycline. That’s pretty much every class of antibiotic made. And when I say “allergic,” I mean, “grab the Epi-Pen, honey, Dianny’s going into anaphylaxis!”

I might be super sick, but I’m not dying to get better, if you know what I mean.

So my best course of action – no matter what is afflicting me – is to simply rest, drink plenty of fluids, stay away from other people and ride it out.

It just stinks that the ride is taking so damn long.

Part of that is my fault. I stayed on my immunosuppressant for the first week because I thought it was just a head cold. When I checked in with my rheumatologist’s office last week, the nurse said my symptoms aren’t a head cold and I need to stop taking my immunosuppressant immediately.

My fever is bouncing up and down like a rubber ball. One day it’s only about 99, then the next day it pops up over a hundred or a hundred and one. Up and down, up and down – over a week of this.

As a general rule, I hate being super sick because I’m such a miserable baby when I’m regular sick – super sick Dianny is a miserable baby on steroids (something else I cannot take).


That’s enough of me whining.

Since Monday, I put together a bunch of Dianny Images that I haven’t used yet. Instead of sitting on them waiting for the right time to spring ’em on you, I thought I’d just share them with you all at once.

See, I might be super sick, but I can still make Dianny Images.

So here they are in no particular order.

I'm super sick, but I can still make Dianny Images
Super sick image-02
Super sick image-03

This next one is similar to one I already made. But yesterday when I saw a picture of Biden standing in front of a placard that read “Buy American,” I couldn’t believe this guy’s gall. He just can’t stop plagiarizing from Trump.

Plagiarist Biden

I hope you all have a lovely weekend.

As I am super sick, I will be spending most of my weekend resting and binge-watching my favorite shows.

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8 thoughts on “I’m super sick, but I can still make Dianny Images

  • October 2, 2020 at 12:26 pm

    Get well soon my dear!!

  • October 2, 2020 at 2:34 pm

    Hope you get well very soon!

  • October 2, 2020 at 2:34 pm

    God bless you, Dianny, and get well soon. I’m sure it was an oversight, but you left out the zinc part of the hydroxychloroquine protocol. This is the most important part. In terms of corona viruses, hydroxychloroquine is a zinc ionophore which carries the zinc ions through the cell membrane, killing the virus. Hydroxychloroquine isn’t even a particularly effective zinc ionophore, but it does function. Quercectin, a non-prescription supplement is much more effective for this purpose and can be taken in very large doses. There are quite a few CDC and NIH papers on this subject and somehow the information never reaches the public.

    If you do have the WuFlu, at least take a zinc supplement along with your hydroxychloroquine. Or, more enjoyable, eat a whole pile of oysters. The zinc in oysters is already complexed and is in effect it’s own ionophore.

    I pray your strong spirit and determination will see you through this latest onslaught.

  • October 2, 2020 at 5:01 pm

    Best to you, get well, happy thoughts.

  • October 2, 2020 at 6:59 pm

    Aw poop. I hope this crap ends soon for you. Stupid bugs and lupus.
    So annoying!!!! ?

  • October 3, 2020 at 6:38 am

    I echo the above! Well soon! God bless!

  • October 3, 2020 at 7:23 am

    Thinking of you, Dianny!! I hope knowing how much you mean to your audience will make your day better.

  • October 4, 2020 at 2:27 pm

    I had the WuFlu last January, before they had any tests for the Corona Cooties. No doctor, no tests, no drugs. Just toughed it out. Coughing, choking, hacking, fever, no sleep…all the fun symptoms. It was butt ugly.

    It lasted for six weeks into late February before I started feeling human again.

    One thing that helped was over the counter antihistamines (“Waldryl” brand of Diphenhydramine HCL 25 mg from Walgreens, but there are many others). That dried me up enough at night that I was finally able to get some sleep. Lots of liquids – the last thing you want is to be dehydrated on top of all the other crap you’re forced to put up with. Hot, steamy showers helps clear your lungs a bit, plus you’ll feel a lot better.

    Hope you fare better than I did. Best regards, lady.

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