Hubris, nemesis and vile brandy

March 4, 2008 at 11:08 pm 1 comment

Well, that’ll teach me.

I was extolling at length the virtues to the immune system of living in a cold house and eating organic (or at least properly grown, i.e. local, fresh, more nutritious and tastier, so I eat more of them) vegetables, and now my nose is red and sore and I can’t breathe through my left nostril. Pride has, on this occasion, indeed come before a fall. Harrumph.

I’m also trying to work after lemon and honey with a generous slug of cheap brandy, which is, er, interesting while typing!

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  • 1. Melinda  |  March 16, 2008 at 4:04 pm

    LOL. I did that earlier this year as well: wrote a great post about how to keep yourself from getting sick, and the -boom- sick. Humbled.

    I’m jealous about your milk delivery. We buy milk in returnable/reusable glass bottles, but the local delivery is overwhelmed and isn’t taking new customers. Bummer.

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