Friday, April 08, 2011

G is for...

...la grippe.

Well, I may not have the 'flu itself, but it certainly feels like it. And, like so many things, it does sound better in French. :-)

Not entirely well yesterday and today feeling positively (or not so positive, actually) miserable.

So, please forgive the brevity of this entry - and I do promise those who have commented that I'll return the favor when my head is not (quite) so stuffed.

Achoo!

10 comments:

  1. I hope you feel better soon...

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  2. Oh no! You probably picked it up in the plane. Sardine cans full of germs. Get better soon!

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  3. I love your site and as I browsed your blog I decided to award you the Creative Blog Award.
    Go to http://astorybookworld.blogspot.com/p/awards.html and pick up your award.
    ~Deirdra

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  4. Get better man! I give you credit for sticking with the challenge despite your onslaught of "la grippe," which by the way was excellent usage of a foreign language!

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  5. God Bless You, GoodGuy! Get better with grace of going the distance past garish diseases. Golly, glad it's not gout.

    ~ Absolutely*Kate, back in WebTowne

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  6. Well.. being that I am a couple days late, I hope you have completely recovered.

    ~2

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  7. Keena: Rebecca: Thank you - feeling better, so the direction is good.

    Laura: You're quite possibly correct (I'm gonna walk next time!) :-}

    Deidra: Thank you for the award. Glad you enjoyed visiting this, my little corner of the Web

    Matthew: Appreciate the thought. Glad you enjoyed the multi-lingual aspect (it was all my fogged brain could come up with.)

    *Kate: Goodness Gracious - such a great grouping of G-words. But, what else should I expect? And, yes, I also grateful it's not gout!

    2: Getting there, 2, getting there.

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  8. It stinks having the flue. I hope you drank lots of fluids and got over it fast.

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  9. Feel better! Why is it we always get the flu when we have things to do?

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