Battling The gods of Phlegm

At the turn of the weather, I always have to be wary and guard myself with all of the cold and flu protectorants known to Man.  Of course, I always fall ill just when I think I’m doing the right thing: taking my Vitamin C, wearing extra layers of clothing, and washing my hands a zillion times a day.  Apparently, not even the flu shot was enough to ward off the demonic evils of bronchial goodness that have randomly chosen to pick this holiday season to rear their ugly heads.  Lucky me.  So I did what any girl could do.  I called my doctor and stayed in bed for two days straight hoping that bombarding it with antibiotics and over-the-counter meds would work.  I managed to make it to work and appear fresh as a daisy despite the occasional bouts of hacking up a lung.  Sweet.

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About Lisa Perez

Lisa M. Perez is a published poet, editor, copywriter, public speaker and artist. The co-creator of the first ever ArtSpace in Jersey City, member of IUOMA (International Union of Mail Artists), and administrator for an online Mail Art group, Lisa supports the arts and advocates for creativity. Her successful, Art Journal and "Notes from my Brain" series are ongoing projects that evolve with the artist. In addition to being an active blogger since 2005, Lisa scripts and edits copy for various online articles and videos. In September 2017, she was a guest-speaker and virtually chaired a YOGA Recovery meeting. In her spare time, Lisa studies, reads, and creates while maintaining a day job in a STEM field and being a full-time fur-mommy to her shih-tzu, Cher.
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