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What happens when the person that takes care of you falls ill? What happens when you’re ill-prepared to return the favor? My baby, The BCPF has been sick since Thursday in what we thought may have been an upper-respiratory infection or chest cold.

It then moved to her head and back to her chest. Yesterday she had a fever of 102°. She has been coughing up green and yellow phlegm and it has been thick. I have relied on her since we started dating nearly nine years ago to take care of me through my sicknesses and surgeries. She takes awesome care of me.

I am not really equipped to nurse anyone to health. I really want to help her get better but I don’t know what to do. I want to make everything okay but I don’t know how. I feel helpless. I cooked her dinner last night and try to just keep asking if she needs anything. She says that I make it better but I don’t know how. She’s comfortable and her fever has broken and she says the phlegm, while still coming has cleared up and isn’t an off-color any longer.

She is getting better and really no thanks to me. But, the important part is she is getting better. I love her and wish I could have done much more. Here’s hoping that it is completely better very soon.

Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
Scorp out!

“Being healthy is the crown that only the sick can see. A lot of times, we take it for granted.” – Hasan Minhaj