One of the other things I may miss out on this Sunday if pain persists and I’ve seen the doctor is my role in our puppet driven kid’s talks at church.
That would be sad. I have been enjoying being Ernie. As in Bert and Ernie. Children like puppets. It’s a fact.
Children also need to learn about the plagues in Egypt. Because that’s important. Sadly this has been difficult to achieve with puppets. Until now. I give you the “Plague Puppets” courtesy of some Hebrew children’s resource site (perfect for your Old Testament needs)…
It seems I’ve picked up a case of H1N1. We’ll never know for sure… but Robyn went to the doctor yesterday and was diagnosed, and now I’m sick too. I’m going to the doctor this afternoon.
So expect more posts today, tomorrow and Friday.
Robyn wants to make it clear that we’re not dying. So it’s too early to start dividing up our possesions amongst yourselves.
You know what’s not funny – and hasn’t been for weeks – every time someone mentions the fact that they have cold or flu like symptoms somebody in the audience will invariably make reference to Swine Flu.
It’s not funny because Swine Flu is a serious topic – it’s not funny because when everybody comes up with the same lame joke the joke is dead.
There are funny Swine Flu jokes around – look them up. Suggesting that a cough is indicative of Swine Flu is at best derivative – you’re also at least a month behind the curve of public opinion if you think it’s still interestingly or topically humourous.
It’s probably the wrong time to be posting this with swine flu hysteria floating in the breeze… but how good would it be to always have bacon breath. Everybody loves the smell and taste of freshly cooked bacon – so why not grab these two bacon accessories and share the love…
Don’t say you weren’t warned – turns out all the media hype surrounding Swine Flu has been underdone – rather than over the top… until now.
A new strain of the swine flu virus H1N1 have been reported in London.
After death, this virus is able to restart the heart of it’s victim for up to two hours after the initial demise of the person where the individual behaves in extremely violent ways from what is believe to be a combination of brain damage and a chemical released into blood during “resurrection.”