When I was home on a school day I always wanted to watch The Price Is Right. Bob Barker was always the best. What about you all?
Most Helpful Girl
Where I live it doesn't snow and growing up in my house sick days meant your were about to die, not that you had a simple cold lol.
I never really got sick much as far as colds and things but I do have dysmenorrhea. It causes extremely painful periods that involve vomiting, dizzy spells, fainting, etc. A big worry is dehydration for that time and I usually can't keep food down until about two days have passed.
My sick days were spent throwing up, sleeping, and being in pain. I couldn't really bare to watch anything. I've been taking birth control for a few months now. Since then I live a normal life and I no longer get sick.
If I am sick it's like a cold or whatever but I wouldn't take any days off. I'd still go to school or work and be perfectly fine.1
Most Helpful Guy
On snow days we would usually go sledding. The roads were too bad to get to school, but not too bad to get to the sledding hills (which we got to by car). Even as a kid I saw the irony in that.
On sick days I have no idea. I used to fake being sick sometimes. I'm sure my mom knew I was faking but let me get by with it. I don't know what I did though, except I think I watched TV part of the time. The important thing was that I wasn't in school.1