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Tonight's Academy Lecture Cancelled . . .

I thought I might escape the current round of maladies passing through church and family.  But alas, my wife took ill on Tuesday, and it hit me yesterday.  So tonight's Academy class is cancelled.  Sorry, I was looking forward to resuming our time in Michael Horton's book the Christian Faith.  Oh well, we'll do it next week.

While my wife was at Target, the lady in line behind her at the cash register hacked all over her.  She's sure that is where she picked up the malady--low grade fever, chills, aches, and that dry hacking cough.

I should have never let her out of the bunker.  Happens every time.

Reader Comments (3)

Well, sympathy and all that, but where are you all in that wonderful (though drought ridden) Mediterranean climate picking up these bugs? Here in the frozen, extended-Winter, sub-zero Midwest where the temps have jumped around enough this season to breed more viruses than imaginable, we have come to expect it. But not out there in sunny So-Cal. Nevertheless, get well, stay well and feel better.
January 24, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterGeorge

It has been so dry here (with low humidity) people's sinus are dried out (which lets those nasty viruses enter through the cracked skin). Also the pollen count is off the chart. I've never seen as many sick people in the church family as this year. I'm very careful and wash my hands, etc. My wife brought this one home, and we are all down with it.

The drought here is very serious--we haven't had a drop of rain in January. We are praying for rain!
January 25, 2014 | Registered CommenterKim Riddlebarger
Kim, I hope you and the wife and all the brothers and sisters at Christ Reformed get well soon. We've had quite a bit of illness lately at our URC church in Jenison. I'm not sure which is worse, the flu bug or waking up, as I did this morning, to 2-foot snow drifts! We got about 12" of new snow with 50 MPH winds last night. We get a lot of lake-effect snow here in W. Michigan so I'm proposing that we build a pipeline out to California and drain Lake Michigan. We would have much more sunshine and a lot less snow. We'd still have lakes Superior, Huron, etc. for fishing, etc. <grin> Get well soon!
January 25, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterR.J. Stevens

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