Pam’s podcast calling in sick

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Quick apology:  Last week I mentioned I was going to resume my podcast today.  Unfortunately, I got bronchitis, so I would at best sound like Lauren Bacall and at worst break into ghastly coughs in the middle of trying to explain my point.

Kindly grant me one week to recover, and I will be back at you on Monday the 25th.

Although it is hardly related to the subject of the podcast, the only topic I can think of at the moment is "Lessons learned from two months of watching germs float from one member of my family to the next, in an unending circle."

I have no answers, only seek advice.  Let’s hope this is the end of it, and that your household is free of such misery. 🙂

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4 Responses to “Pam’s podcast calling in sick”

  1. elizabeth says:

    Hi Pam,
    Sounding like Lauren Bacall is not that bad. It could have been Bogart!
    You could come east and play in 8″ of snow and really knock that cold out of your system!
    Stay warm and I’ll make a snow angel or 2 for you.

  2. Keith Handy says:

    Voice double!

    Heavy editing!

    Speech synthesizer!

    Video blog in sign language, or holding up 3″ x 5″ cards and gesticulating wildly with your hands!

    No, I have no right to talk, a few weeks ago I put all my labors of love aside for the germs too…

  3. Pam,

    After 3 weeks of a roller-coaster ride with the same symptoms, I finally had to resolve that the only thing to do is: take it easy. (Which works fine until one starts thinking of the daily readers, sense of commitment, _______,).

    Now, if you can just find a podcast partner for the Bogie part, maybe a few lines from “The Big Sleep” will do the trick:-)

    Do get well soon. . .

  4. Mike says:

    No solace here I’m afraid. We have a six year old and a 10 month old, both vessels of disease as far as I can see. 🙂

    Seems like we’ve all been sick in our turns in some shape or form since early December. Colds, sore throats, viruses, stomach bugs, injured backs and of course teething – we’ve all had our turn (except for the teething obviously).

    The only cure is time, and the onset of spring 🙂