The kids tag-teamed being sick over holiday break and, at last count, it was my youngest daughter's turn...shhhh, but don't tell her, okay?
Oh, not to worry, weexperienced bright and shiny non-crud-filled moments, together, too.
Like, during our annual New Year's Eve movie marathon, we watched Fiddler on the Roof and one of our (okay, my) ALL time favorite musicals, ever, The Sound of Music.
That's a combined total of 355 minutes (or, 5.916666667 hours) of unadulterated, pure as alpine mountain air, nerdy nirvana and, well, yes, we are THAT family of geeky Broadway buffs blurting out lines from old show tunes at the dining room table.
Wanna come for dinner? No problem. Dress casual. Bring a face mask.
Aaaaand, for your musical pleasure, here's a little something, just for you, with slightly adjusted verbage, to compliment the suckage:
Yes, we're barely alive with the help of Mucinex With muck we have flung for like a thousand years The crud fills their lungs with the sound of mucus My heart feels like it's gonna drown with every cough it hears
It makes me want to beat the creeping crud out of them just from total lack of sleep I just want them to breath (dammit!) makes parent teacher conferences seem like a breeze
To cough so hard it makes them trip and fall god I hate that their feeling this way To cough through the night and sleepwalk through the rest of the day
I go to the pills when my heart feels all achy I know I will hear what I've heard before Their lungs will be blessed with the sound of Mucinex And I'll sleep once more
Dinner's at 6-ish, you're welcome!!!
[This is an unpaid, unsponsored and undoubtedly the dorkiest post I've written in, well, what day is it? Aaaaaanyway, just be glad I didn't post the video I made of myself, you know, singing it, stupid sleep deprivation.]