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tak1ngchances Fri 22-Jul-11 16:23:20

Tell me to pull myself together...

I am supposed to be flying to Dublin tonight with my sister and her DH for my aunt's 50th birthday party. Our whole family is having a knees-up (32 people) and it will be a lovely do with caterers etc. Yesterday I woke up with spots on my throat, stiff neck, blocked ear, temperature. Went to the doc who says virus thing and I cannot fly. sad
DH is gone to a stag weekend, he is the best man and is organising the whole thing so of course he has to go. (Anyway I wouldn't want him to stay for me, I'm not properly sick just feel poo.)
I obv hadn't planned anything for this weekend as I was supposed to be in Dublin...just texted a friend of mine to see if I could stay with her tonight and she said no because she is afraid of catching the bug.

So I am home alone with no plans and a sore ear and sodding great fat neck. Am feeling v v sorry for myself <big fat tear plops into cup of lemsip>.

I thought AIBU could boot me out of my well of misery quicker than anything else...

ramade Fri 22-Jul-11 16:29:50

Sounds like a DVD boxset night to me. Ooooor a 80's movie night!!!! Pull yourself together, there's chocolate to be eaten and films full of leg warmers and terrible hair to be watched. Tut.

Mare11bp Fri 22-Jul-11 16:31:53

YADNBU

Get the biggest box of chocs the biggest cake ever and your fave movie.

I will make you a brew

PrincessJenga Fri 22-Jul-11 16:39:21

I'm thinking Dominoes, blockbuster and a big glass of wine

Enjoy grin

SnapesPlaything Fri 22-Jul-11 16:42:52

Deffo order in the pizza with some sort of hot gooey chocolatey thing to finish off with and enjoy a night with the boxsets.

wine will help tremendously I'm sure

tak1ngchances Fri 22-Jul-11 16:43:59

This is helping. I am imagining myself with wine and chocolates and a box set. I feel vaguely less miserable now!
Thing is I am also the wuss of all wusses and I get scared in the house by myself. So I need to watch very unscary and calming things on the boxset.

SpecialFriedRice Fri 22-Jul-11 16:47:13

I vote for Dirty Dancing or Police Academy! smile I also second the dominos...

Olivetti Fri 22-Jul-11 16:48:10

I'm the same, I get really scared when DH is away. And I lived on my own in my 20s and was fine! I tend to watch comforting things, like Cold Feet or SATC.

ramade Fri 22-Jul-11 16:49:54

Ha ha ha ha PrincessJenga at first I thought dominoes??? why would she want to play dominoes? I get it now! [sheepishly walks off]

tak1ngchances Fri 22-Jul-11 16:51:16

SATC is v good because a) I've seen them all before so in a weird way it's comforting and b) the women all live on their own and are perfectly unafraid.
When DH is away I have a terrible habit of locking all the doors and windows and then lying awake worrying about how I would escape in a fire. When DH is here I sleep like a log, windows open to let the breeze in. *sigh.

Olivetti Fri 22-Jul-11 16:57:16

Aaah, we must be twins - I'm exactly the same. SH went on a long weekend with the lads a few weeks ago, and I found it really scary going to bed, and kept on waking up in the early hours. And I have a baby DD to keep me company, but in a way the sense of responsibility just made it worse! I sympathise hugely. SATC is brilliant.
Wine to take the edge off it, but not so much that you wake up with "the fear" grin

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