P is for Pollen


Hayfever sufferers like myself are not fans of pollen. It’s nothing personal 🙂 Our immune systems think pollen is a baddie and so overcompensate.

This is a snapshot of the metoffice.gov.uk website today for Wales. The pollen count is high, but I didn’t need to check the website to know that. I knew before I woke up. My eyes have been itchy all day, I can feel the tingling of a cold sore coming, and my nose is running. *sniff

Aswell as my antihistamine, and my inhalers, I have lip Vaseline, designated ‘nose only’ Vaseline and Zoviraz for the budding cold sore. I’m also wearing my sunglasses indoors as it helps with the itchy eyes. I am thankful for the good weather tho… so I’ll write a little ode to Pollen

Pollen Haiku
my poor eyes, they itch
a runny noise, tissue please
two words for pollen, bless you

2 thoughts on “P is for Pollen

  1. apeaceofmymind

    Hope Pollen not too terrible – that must be awful! I started getting a bit of hayfever after being in UK for a couple of years. Never had it before at all… poor you take care.

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