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Feet, Back On

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I am back on my feet, more or less, after the argument with Mister Bronchitis. I'm still tiring very easily, I find, and my comprehension isn't all that, but I'm upright, not coughing too much, and able to physically be in work. This is a considerable improvement over the last few days.

Special thanks go to sabayone, who has been utterly wonderful throughout, taking the best of care of me, getting me medicines, best-liked foods, magazines, and generally making sure that I was comfortable and able to get better.

I have been reading LJ, but may not have been all that great at comprehension, so if you were expecting a response to something, and didn't get it, feel free to point me at it. Likewise, I know I drifted off midway through a couple of IM conversations; sorry about those!

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mollydot
Mar. 23rd, 2009 12:45 pm (UTC)
Glad you're feeling better.
mollydot
Mar. 23rd, 2009 06:33 pm (UTC)
Oh, and you might have some more Irish SFF authors than are already listed here: http://mollydot.livejournal.com/265802.html
nightmares_fear
Mar. 24th, 2009 01:34 pm (UTC)
Ugh you poor thing!
I had a visit from Mr Bronchitis at the beginning of January and you're wonderful, doting brother, all but left me to die a miserable, lonely death while he attended to his one true love - WOW.
Oh how I hate that bitch!
gothwalk
Mar. 24th, 2009 02:16 pm (UTC)
I noticed, he's pretty nearly passed me out.

You realise that the only proper revenge is to play it yourself and do better than him, right?
nightmares_fear
Mar. 30th, 2009 12:30 pm (UTC)
I get so tired of hammering home that lesson.

(New plan: steal keyboard. Hide keyboard. Pretend to not know where keyboard is. Aha! Victory shall be mine!)
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