I had to take my husband to the ER today. He was throwing up all night. It turns out that he brought something back with him from Iraq. He'd been showing symptoms all last week. But, with the stress of him having to take emergency leave because his grandfather passing, jet lag, not getting enough sleep, and all the other stress last week we thought that they symptoms were normal considering the conditions. Well, he left with a fever of 103. I feel so badly for getting angry with him. I had to work late tonight so he's over at his mothers house until tomorrow. Say a prayer that he makes a quick recovery.
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