Thursday, December 6, 2012

Back in the Jug Againe

This healthful, efficacious and one hundred percent proven treatment 
is not yet available on our side of the Atlantic

One of the best things about my profession is the people that you meet. Sadly, it is also one of the worst things about my profession.  I picked up a cough from a chap I met in a professional capacity last week and in my attempts to soldier through it, I have apparently given myself pneumonia.  This has laid me low the last few days so my apologies if my correspondence has not been as snappy as usual.

I had hoped that at least this enforced bed rest would allow me to get some scribbling done, but I seem to have precious little energy.

Confusion to all illness.


  1. Pneumonia!? No good. I hope you feel better soon!

  2. Best wishes for a speedy recovery.Take care of yourself,you'll soon have energy to dream,plan and scribble...
    best wishes

  3. hoping you get well soon and are able to take the oppertunity to idulge in the hobby

  4. My condolences for your illness, Conrad. I had pneumonia once and it is no fun.

    May you get over it quickly with a full recovery, sir.

    -- Jeff

  5. If you can't paint or write, get some reading done! Hope you feel better soon.

  6. Sorry to hear of your discombobulation, hope it doesn't last too long. A good reason to lie there and be waited on? Get well soon.

  7. Best wishes, and a virtual bag of grapes to you....

  8. Kinch, old chap, what a dam' nasty thing. You've clearly got a dodgy chest - isn't there some sort of flannel chest protector you can wear under your uniform?

  9. Get well soon from Pete. Don't rush getting back on your feet either....