So every year about this time I get the usual allergie junk. Pretty much just stuffy nose, sore throat and coughing, but I still hate it. I think everyone does. The only ones in my family that get it are me and my dad, who is already over it. It doesnt affect my blood sugars, thank God! Its a good thing theres no school monday, because I already went to school Thursday and Friday and I totally couldnt do my work. I was too busy coughing, sniffling, and sneezing. Maybe Itll be better by Tuesday. Im praying for a miracle!!!!!
b

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Comment by Jennie on August 31, 2008 at 1:31pm
I really hope you'll feel better really soon! Allergies sure aint fun! I know it all too well.
Comment by debb on August 31, 2008 at 6:38pm
i live along lake erie. twice a year, every year i start stuffing up and can't breath laying down. the doctor doesn't know what is causing it, but here's the kicker. i drive about 50 miles away from the lake and i clear up. my son has the same problem. i lived all my life, until we moved here when i was in 7th grade, along the northeastern coast, never a sniffle. i feel strongly that it's something chemical from the lake, but no doctor around here wants to look into it. gee i wonder why?? (tongue in cheek there) i know i should move away, but my family and all my friends are here. so i stay and suffer. how dumb is that?

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