Friends, I have news — I think I caught something…
Symptoms include pounding chest, fluttering stomach, rosy cheeks, inability to focus and overwhelming energy highs and lows. I turned to trusty WebMD and they didn’t have anything with said symptoms. So leave it to my two and half years of being a science major in college to provide a self-diagnosis. It was so clear…
I have Boston fever!
I wanted to warn you all first as this fever seems to be spreading and taking hold of many of my friends. In fact, it’s spreading so rapidly that officials had to put out a quarantine early on in the year to try and prevent many people from getting it.
As I read more and more about “Boston fever,” they alluded to more symptoms that may be overtaking my system soon, some of which include: inability to sleep, achy legs, a propensity to spend an entire paycheck in one day, and uncontrollable laughing, crying, and cheering in your head. You may even start having Olympic athlete hallucinations (mine are of the Paula and Kara variety).
So how do I cure this Boston fever? Unfortunately (and fortunately), it will last for about five more days and the only way to (hopefully) cure me is by going for a 26.2 mile run.
Sheesh. Sounds like a lot of work. Can’t I just take some NyQuil?