Sleeping In

Boy is sick, the first cold of the year.  It was bound to happen sooner or later.

But he doesn’t have to rub in how happy he is about it.

Dys and I both went in to wake him up this morning, because last night he was slightly feverish and positively giddy with hope that we’d keep him home.  We figured we should make a joint inspection and decision.  (Partially because Dad is a drill sergeant and votes for school in all cases not involving tourniquets.  Okay, not really, just close.)

This morning he was NOT HAPPY about the fact that, at 7:00am, we encouraged him to stay in his dark bedroom and sleep at least another hour instead of bounding up for the TV and/or Xbox.

NO FUCKING WAY, KIDDO.  You’re going to accept that gift that millions of adults are screaming for this morning, whether you like it or not!

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3 Responses

  1. I felt bad for him as he laid in bed coughing for another hour. Miraculously, since he’s been out here playing Xbox for 15 minutes now, not a single hack. *ahem* 😛 Be interesting to see if he starts hacking up a lung again when he has to rest/read in 15 more minutes!

    … and total suck on Aoyama – though I gotta wonder if it will somehow keep him from ending up paralyzed too.

    Little shit, heh.

    And yes on Aoyama – though I think the chances are good he’d end up with a Moto2 ride, and hell, at this point I’m not sure that’s not MORE dangerous.

  2. Aww, poor kid. Hope he feels better soon! Or, well, I hope his health improves. Sounds like he’s feelin’ pretty good today!

    Good enough to have fun, but not enough to go to school, eh?

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