Going Postal

We’re in the process of moving most of our email addresses to a new provider — that is, the addresses will remain the same, but they’ll be hosted by a different service. The process has been a big headache for us, and took up most of my time today (well, yesterday, actually). It may affect how quickly we respond to some emails.

To make matters worse, I have some kind of stomach virus that has me functioning below optimum. I hope to get back up to speed within the next day or so, but that’s why posting has been light.

9 thoughts on “Going Postal

  1. Just a suggestion Baron, but maybe a good aperitif may fix that problem? I only suggest that remedy because I have found on similar occasions that the old wives tale of remedies generally fixes the problem.

  2. I hope you recover soon Baron and may I take this opportunity to thank you for all you and Dymphna do

  3. Hope you get to feeling better, Baron!

    And good luck on the move — must be a pain in the you-know-what.

    In the meantime, I was happy to see the Dutch defend Black Pete against the multi-culti morons. One little victory at a time.

  4. Thank you, everybody. It’s not a serious bout of stomach trouble — just annoying. It makes me tired, and it erased my appetite yesterday. Seems a bit better this morning, though.

    As for a remedy — strong ginger tea with lemon and honey does the trick for this one. I’m laying off any alcohol for the time being.

  5. No No Baron, you must not get sick and Dymphna must recover. My medicine cabinet includes everything from time immemorial and modern and it generally works. I am told I have no patience for illness, but as you and I know, eyes must be dealt with. Just give love to Dymphna and yourself and stay away from icky sticky sneezing kindergarteners. I so want to take a terminal cancer friend to a Living Christmas Tree Canata, but should she be, in the middle of chemo exposed to the germs? It is her and her doctor’s call. I would not be able to live with myself if she got sick. On the other hand, what if her soul calls for it? Thee are questions I do no feel capable of answering.

  6. Ginger, ginger and more ginger, all winter long–for you, Baron, and Dymphna, too!! HAPPY THANKSGIVING…perhaps, with some ginger spiced sweet potatoes and/or ginger bread. (And maybe some Riesling or Gewurztraminer with the turkey.)

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