Posted by Joke at 12:31 PM
blackbird posted at 1:08 PM, April 27, 2006
He's lucky to have you around, poor fellow...
I just love saying catarrh.
MsCellania posted at 1:21 PM, April 27, 2006
Burn some sage!
I've been rattling the rosary beads for the Bloggers' Brood who are not faring well. You will have to do the Act of Contrition part as I have forgotten some of the words.
And I wouldn't wish Pleurisy on my 2nd least favorite enemy. I've had it, and it's like daggers in the ribs. I hope he's fought off whatever was after him.
And I like saying Catarrh, too. And Portulaca.
Sarah Louise posted at 2:24 PM, April 27, 2006
There there, it will be alright anon.
(I can't think of anything else...)
Joke posted at 2:39 PM, April 27, 2006
He IS. Can you imagine an 8 y.o. walking to the pediatrician on his own AND with a fever? ;-)
King George III had pleuresy, and just look at him now.
Thanks. I just feel so...inadequate with this meme.
Poppy Buxom posted at 8:58 PM, April 27, 2006
You feel inadequate? In the past year, we've had two upset stomachs and a cold, and the only person who ended up in the emergency room was me, following a particularly heavy output of obnoxious comments. I'm descending into a shame spiral ovah heah.
Joke posted at 10:19 PM, April 27, 2006
Yeah. but I don't think you were playing along.
Carolyn posted at 12:33 AM, April 28, 2006
Poor guy, I hope he gets well soon.
BabelBabe posted at 7:30 PM, April 28, 2006
you make me laugh.
i'd shoot for the black plague if i had my druthers - it'd be soooo interesting....
can you swap your car services for some black-market amoxicillin? you really should benefit from your expertise.