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An Apology to Everyone I've Seen In the Last Month
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Two months shy of my 30th birthday, I have apparently contracted mono. I have not been feeling well since shortly after Christmas, but was pretty sure it was a bad sinus infection (and tonsillitis), as the symptoms were exactly the same as the last sinus infection/tonsillitis combo I had back in college. (In college. Where most people get mono. I am doing this backwards.) I've been feeling so much better since the antibiotics kicked in that I was sure the blood test my doctor sent me to get was just a precaution.

Guess not.

Anyway, I'd like to sincerely apologize to everyone I've been around the last month or so, while thinking I was not contagious. (Unfortunately, as the last month included assorted holiday parties and gatherings, that's almost everyone I know. Of course.) If I get any of you all sick, I'm going to feel way worse than I physically do right now, believe me. And if any of you are hypochondriacs and I have just unnecessarily caused you to go see your doctor for no reason, I apologize for that, too.

The worst part (okay, second worst, after the possibility of becoming Typhoid Mary to my friends and family) is that I was just this week feeling well enough to go back to ballet class, and now I have been advised to avoid any strenuous activity for the time being. Ironically, the leading candidate in the how-the-hell-did-I-contract-mono sweepstakes is the drinking fountain at my dance school, which is pretty much the only place where I might come into regular contact with teenage germs. Guess I'll be bringing my own water once I finally get cleared for exercise again.

Please excuse me while I indulge in a hearty THIS. SUCKS.

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