Not about cats.

Ok. The NEXT post will be about cats.

Emmy no cats

I think I inadvertently signed up for The Illness of the Month Club – like wine of the month and you specify what type of wine is your favorite.  Only, when I signed up,  I apparently checked random infections.  December was sinus.  January was respiratory.  February is kidney.  It’s the gift that keeps on giving.  So, this month’s illness has me down for the count.  As soon as I snap out of it (I’m on day four of antibiotics but I don’t see a light at the end of the tunnel.  Come to think of it, it’s probably a good thing that I’m not seeing a bright light at the end of some tunnel.  Stay away from the light!  Don’t go toward the light!) Where was I?  Oh, my apologies for being stuck in yuckville.  I promise to be back on the way-less-than-6-days-between-posts groove train soon.  Meanwhile, anyone know how to cancel this month club subscription?  You can always count on timely deliveries but the product sucks up the place.


American German – language lesson #16
Krank sein ist wie Eierlutschen. (crank sine ist vee eyer-lutes-chin) – Being sick sucks balls.  The direct translation is more like ‘Being sick is like ball sucking’.  Actually, egg sucking because egg is slang for balls.  That really changes the whole meaning, doesn’t it?  You might just want to steer clear of this one.

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