That’s been the theme song at our motorhome for the last few days. Between Miss Terry, myself, and our friend Jim, I think we’ve sent first quarter sales for the folks that make Kleenex, Alka Seltzer Cold Formula, and Mucinex skyrocketing to new levels. Yesterday morning I actually discovered a spot in the web between the thumb and index finger of my left hand that didn’t hurt. I think that was the only part of my body that didn’t. I knew Jim was just as bad off when he looked at me and said, “My hair aches.” And the man’s bald!
We are disappointed that we did not get to do much sightseeing or to visit with our many friends and readers who are here in the Rio Grande Valley, but we just did not feel up to it. And we darned sure did not want to share this crud with anyone else. Although, it sounds like a lot of people all over the country are dealing with the same thing.
Many of you know John and Kathy Huggins from the Living the RV Dream podcast and Facebook page. We received the sad news yesterday that Kathy is the hospital in Fairhope, Alabama in critical condition following emergency surgery. Please keep her in your prayers.
In spite of feeling like crap, we managed to get the new issue of the Gypsy Journal finished, proofed, and corrected yesterday and I’ll upload it to our printer’s webserver Monday morning for them to do their thing.
Today we plan to leave Pleasant Valley RV Resort and go to the Escapees Co-op park in Hondo, Texas for a few days. It’s been way too long since we’ve seen our pals Mike and Elaine Loscher, who have a lot there. Monday I’m supposed to get together for dinner with several of my author friends in the San Antonio area.
When we leave Hondo we’ll be hitting it pretty hard to get to Tucson for medical appointments the last week of the month, getting the new issue of the paper back from the printer and mailed out, and then Escapade.
All of that is assuming that we feel well enough by then. Or we may just pull the covers over our heads and sleep for a week or two. Right now, that sounds pretty good.
Today is your last chance to enter our Free Drawing for an audiobook of The Music Box by Heather Meyer. It’s the story of a young woman scarred by her father’s suicide on her fourteenth birthday and struggling to accept why it happened. She escapes the city and settles in a small town to write his story and meets a young man struggling to come to grips with his own father’s legacy. It’s a story you won’t soon forget. To enter, all you have to do is click on this Free Drawing link or the tab at the top of this page and enter your name in the comments section at the bottom of that page (not this one). Only one entry per person per drawing please, and you must enter with your real name. To prevent spam or multiple entries, the names of cartoon or movie characters are not allowed. The winner will be drawn this evening.
Thought For The Day – Once you lick the icing off a cupcake it becomes a muffin, and muffins are good for you.