Should one continue to drink the ginger tea that is supposed to aid in stomach discomfort if the smell of said ginger tea makes you want to vomit because it makes you think of sushi, because really, raw fish is the last thing one wants to think about when feeling ill?
And also, while I'm at it, a letter to God:
I know you prepared me at an early age to deal with stomach issues (i.e.: the whole gallstones and subsequent gallbladder removal at age six), but is it really necessary to make me feel sick enough to make me throw up at least once a week for no apparent reason? Perhaps, when my time comes, I'll be blessed with a morning sickness-free pregnancy to make up for all of the nausea I've suffered throughout my life.
And to nip any assumptions in the bud:
To my loving parents (since you've been hinting about grandkids ALOT lately):
No, I am not pregnant. My stomach is just too sensitive for it's own good. Don't worry though, after Jonathan, you two and Jonathan's parents will be the first to know!
And for good measure:
Dear Red Cross,
Could this have anything to do with the pint of blood I donated yesterday? Or maybe with the extra large needle that is made for the veins of 200 pound men, not petite women, that was used on my poor arm?
Sincerely, Katie D.