Maybe it’s because I had two sons that I can handle the yukky. That stage of laughing at bodily functions and fluids and noises lasts years. Or is it ever really over?

I have a bad cold and horrible sinus head face ache. Wikipedia says:

The word “catarrh” comes from the Greek “katarrhein”: kata- meaning “down” and rhein meaning “to flow.”

Uoind qxk ncbywf fs wpoie soij zcoghlw.

Clearly I’m in no shape to write. A photo then:



No, tea for me, thanks.

Photo of Nicks Cafe, Los Angeles, CA, by Tim Down.

5 Responses to “Catarrh”

  1. Mademoiselle Gramophone Says:

    I recognized Nick’s right off. We used to be regular Friday morning breakfast grubbers. I am now craving ham n’ eggs and the LAT.

  2. Susan C Says:

    Feel better soon!

  3. Margaret Says:

    I hope you feel better. My level of disgust rose to new heights when my daughter threw up in my ear. I can basically deal with any bodily function now.

  4. TheRealZajac Says:

    You want to get together for tea? Drop me a line!

  5. pippi Says:

    I’ll have a cheeseburger please, lots of mayo.

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