Headache cure / Dolor de cabeza

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I’m improving. Just a constant slight headache, remnants of cold symptoms, and an absence of zip in my dip and pep in my step. The headache isn’t as bad as it’s been. I’m getting by, so far today, without parecetamol. Although it eases the aches a bit, it makes me more tired than I already am. I’m a medication lightweight.

I’m doing better than the child pictured above in the inner tube — a photo I took on the day I managed to take a walk last week before I knew I had Covid. Check out the “American-style pancakes” I did not have at Crepería in Bergen. We need to go back. I need to go out. But a brief trip to the terrace is all I can manage. I need to go back to bed.


Estoy mejorando. Solo un ligero dolor de cabeza constante, remanentes de síntomas de resfriado y una ausencia de energía. El dolor de cabeza no es tan malo como antes. Me las arreglo hoy, hasta ahora, sin parecetamol. Aunque alivia un poco los dolores, me cansa más de lo que ya estoy. Soy un ligero con medicamentos.

Estoy mejor que la niña que se muestra arriba en el tubo flotante: una foto que tomé el día que logré dar un paseo la semana pasada antes de saber que tenía covid. Echa un vistazo a los “panqueques estilo americano” que yo no tuve en Crepería en Bergen. Tenemos que volver. Necesito salir. Pero un breve viaje a la terraza es todo lo que puedo hacer. Necesito volver a la cama.

• Someone should tell the kid on the right to get that thing away rom her head. Doesn’t she see what happened to her friend?
• Alguien debería decirle a la niña de la derecha que se quite esa cosa de la cabeza. ¿No ve lo que le pasó a su amiga?

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Author: Moving with Mitchell

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24 thoughts on “Headache cure / Dolor de cabeza”

    1. Debra:
      They had more of a description than that because they had a few different dishes. The desserts looked unbelievable.

    1. David:
      SG used to make apple cinnamon pancakes with freshly grated apples. So good. He smothered his in maple syrup. That’s not a turn on for me.

  1. Those don’t look anything like the pancakes Carlos made this morning!!

    Hope your steps pep, and your, um, dips, zip.

  2. Was the statue made like that? I assume that someone knocked her head off. But I’m glad you don’t feel as bad as her. I just had homemade pancakes today after a long day away yesterday. I added some fresh blueberries to them too.

    1. Mistress Borghese:
      Those statues are awful, but she did originally at least have a head. If they’re playing in the sand, why is painted green? The last time I had pancakes was with Chuck at IHOP. I think it was 2017.

  3. It’s a horrid collection of sculptures that can only improved by the “Sam Raimi touch” of a decapitation… Keep taking the tablets (or the pancakes)! Jx

    1. Jon:
      The idea of the sculptures is cute. The execution is an embarrassment. And green sand? I wonder if they’ll try to replace the head or remove the whole thing. They’ve been patching and painting them for years. I’ve been thinking of getting an old plastic doll’s head (or animal) and attaching it.

  4. WTF are those pancakes?! Are they kidding?!

    That sculpture does appear to have an odd, head-injury theme going on.

    Sorry you’re still not up to par, but glad you’re improving. Keep it up!

    1. Steve:
      I can’t remember the descriptions of their three “American pancakes” dishes, but they all sounded really good. Those sculptures are awful even when in good repair.

    1. Jim:
      I’ve been up for more than an hour and a half and am still feeling much improved.

  5. Fill up on a few of those penny pancake stacks with real butter and Canadian maple syrup and get some more rest! Our bodies tell us what they need if we care to listen.

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