I have been ill ...

… for several days this week. I had some sort of plague and I am now a few pounds lighter although I do not recommend this method of weight loss. Personally, I blame stress. STRESS!!

“Falling ill is not something that happens to us, it is a choice we make as a result of things happening to us.” ~Sir Jonathan Miller

Despite getting up and actually making it to work this morning, I am still not feeling fully functional. So, I am going to be a wee bit lazy and bring you a list of some recent Google searches that have led the seekers to this site (poor bastards) … and my subsequent reactions.

“life is nothing more than”
Hmmm? Really. More than …what?

“forget to live in punjabi”

“why do we judge”
Sadly, because we are human.

“johnny castle naked”
In my mind Johnny Castle is a character from Dirty Dancing. Oh no! To the rest of the world he is a porn star … apparently. Curious, I typed the above into Google myself and, well, you can guess what popped up. It was nothing close to my blog, I can tell you that. I don’t know how one person managed to land here that way.

“inability to be loved”
Now, I know that I can be rather melancholy at times but … really? Inability? That is just plain sad.

“celebrities on boredom”
Are they bored? Probably at times.

“what a dump”
Thanks. I appreciate that.

“moose mosaic”
Mosaics … yes. Every Monday. Moose? No. Not at all.

“quote said by an actor in a famous movie”
You know that one guy that was in that one movie and said that one thing? No? Me either.

Have a great weekend all!


  1. I'm liking the last one.

    Like, the DEFINITIVE quote said by an actor. Ever,

  2. I first read "johnny castle" as "johnny cash" and had an OH NO moment.

    Sorry you're ill. Here's some virtual hot citron tea.

  3. One function of illness is to make us slow down.

  4. I hope you are feeling better now, Beth. Stress is horrible when it gets out of hand.


"Stranger, if you passing meet me and desire to speak to me, why should you not speak to me? And why should I not speak to you?" ~Walt Whitman


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