Hello again, my friends.
I did not write on Tuesday because I was still sick from the weekend. I think I have it licked now, so I returned to work this morning.
I also returned to Toastmasters this evening after some 6 weeks. It was nice to get back into a routine. We had a fun table topics session courtesy of a new member who brought an actual Table Topics game from his work. We liked it so much that the club may invest in a copy of the game.
And, too, I submitted my most recent column to my editor at Frank earlier this evening. I missed the current issue for the reasons I discussed here 10 days ago, so you can go back and read it.
Patricia remains sick with pneumonia. She went back to a doctor today. This doc recommended x-rays, and this was done. The doctor also signed her off work for the balance of the week. This bout of pneumonia has been very stubborn to say the least. I am not trying to get into pissing contest or anything, but I still remember when I had, at the same time, pneumonia and the measles. I was 5. This was back in the day when doctors would do house calls. Dr. Snow came to the house and gave me a few needles in the rear end while I lay on the couch. Oh, yes. And the entire family stood over me and watched this happen, as if they were in a teaching hospital or something. I lived, despite the embarrassment.
There is not much else to report, and this has been an uncommonly long day, so I will close up shop this evening.
See you tomorrow.