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A Note to Pam

I'm sorry to hear about your crazy storm situation.  I hope you are doing okay and not getting too scared.  This being quarantined situation is really ridiculous.  Sounds more like someone had the plain old flu and it's being completely blown out of proportion. 

Listen, I want you to know that we do miss you at the office... and not just because you have such a firm hand with Michael.  Please stay well and let us know how you are doing.


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Aug. 14th, 2008 02:48 am (UTC)
Hey, Angela!

The storms have quieted down for the moment. There is supposed to be more storm action tomorrow, though, so we'll see how that goes. I've asked the CDC where they think this all originated from, and they don't know. They wouldn't have quarantined us if they didn't think that at least one of us was going to get sick and infect someone else. Or everyone else.

So far, I'm well. I hope that everyone over there is doing okay, too. I miss everyone. Please don't kill Michael. Hey...Does Dwight have any odd...cures for the flu?
Aug. 14th, 2008 08:34 pm (UTC)
Dwight always says to eat a ton of peppers, wrap yourself in blankets, turn off the A/C and sweat it out "like a man." I don't know what else to do... medicines can intoxicate you and I'm definitely not up for that.

Perhaps some sleep and vitamins would make this all go away.
Aug. 14th, 2008 08:47 pm (UTC)
I'm sure Creed has some weird remedies, too. Sweating it out "like a man" sounds like it would stink up the office pretty quickly. And what about the legion of people who would need to use the restrooms? The only thing that I've heard of is tylenol for the headache/fever part, and then you just really have to rest and wait it out. Sleep is also a good idea, I think. I've been sleeping alot lately. It hasn't taken care of this little nagging headache, though. It's probably just boredom.
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