Terrible flu

I was so busy at work last Wednesday.

After finishing work, I was exhausted and had a back pain.

"Why don't we take a short break before closing the office? I am too tired to do it."

I told my coworker and we ate chocolate together.

After I came home, I had a lot of housework.

But I couldn't move my body.

"It's unusual."

I thought and took my temperature, it was 37.8 degrees Celsius.

"As I expected!"

It was so hard but I had to prepare dinner, fold laundry and put them into the chests of drawers, wash the bathtub, iron the shirts, and spread our futon.

I texted to my husband to ask him to come home early.

He returned an email that he will come home as soon as possible, but he didn't come home before we went to bed.

"I will go to bed early because I have a fever, so you two also go to bed early!"

I told my children.

The next day was my 6-year-old daughter's entrance ceremony at the elementary school.

But, I couldn't go.

I had a terrible muscle pain and high fever.

I went to see a doctor, but he diagnosed that I had a cold.

Since I really felt sick, I went to the clinic again next morning asked the doctor to take the flu test, then it was positive.

I have already recovered it, but I never want to suffer from it again.

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My son's great idea

March 31st was the last day for us to go to my 6-year-old daughter's nursery school.

She will enter the elementary school in April.

On the night before the last day, I told her:

"Why don't we make thank-you cards for the teachers? Teacher A and B really take care of you, don't they? I'm going to make the cards using my laptop, so can you write a letter or draw on them?"

"Sure, I want to write messages to them!"

We started making the cards.

After we finished it, I noticed that I didn't have any nice envelopes to put letters in.

"Oh my goodness! I only have normal envelopes for business! They are not suitable for putting in thank-you cards in!"

I told my children.

"How about drawing or decorating them?"

My 8-year-old son said.

"Oh, what a nice idea! It's better than using the normal envelopes.  All right, I'm going to decorate them with masking tape, so please draw pictures anything you like."

I said.

"I'm going to draw the teacher and me!"

My daughter said and started drawing.

It took about an hour and finally we finished it.

Next day, she handed them to the teachers before we left the nursery school.

"Wow! You drew the picture? How nice! I'm so happy! Thank you so much!"

They were glad to see it.

Spring time is the season of encounter and parting in Japan.

We thank those who part from us, and look forward to seeing new people.

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