Musings of a happily married, middle-aged male, Jewish litigation paralegal. Who knits. Wow. It's even more exciting when you read it in print.
Oh please, Mary. Don't get all Alice Faye on us. Take some NyQuil and suck it up.;-P
Alice Faye? (huffing indignantly)Alice Faye? (still huffing -- only louder)If I must be compared to anyone, I'd rather it be Garbo's Marguerite. "I'll keep it but I won't read it. I don't like sad thoughts. However, we all die, so perhaps this will be sold again someday at an auction after my death."OR maybe Jennifer Jones' Bernadette. "Perhaps I haven't suffered enough."Or maybe my mother. "Before you leave for the emergency room, would you get me my dexadrine and a fresh brandy? And don't get blood on the rug."
isn't this one of those occasions that calls for chicken soup?
Poor you! Man Flu is the worst. Not that I've ever actually had it, mind. I mean, I can't, obviously, because I'm a woman, and when women get it, it's called a cold. But every man I've ever known has been stricken with it, at one time or another, and it looks like utter hell. Except that, no, that's not quite right either because it doesn't really look like hell. In all honesty it looks just like a cold. But we, women I mean, well we hear it's hell. Oh yeah. Boy do we hear about it.Get well soon, sweetie.
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