Monday, November 12, 2007

An Open Letter to All My Gradual School Friends

I know you were all concerned about my health this weekend because I looked so very ragged all weekend. I just got back from the Dr. and I wanted to allay your fears. I do not as one of you not-so-subtly suggested actually have the bubonic plague, but rather it is only a very bad case of bronchitis.

I am now getting some stronger medication than the over-the-counter stuff I was trying to use to combat this while I was with you, and God willing, I will be feeling better very soon.

I just wanted to let you know so that you don't have to go out and burn the clothes that you took with you this weekend and take baths in antiseptic (or whatever it was that people did to keep from getting the plague back then. Maybe it was take long bike rides and eat a healthy diet of chicken.

I am really sad that my last weekend with you was one in which I felt so very under the weather, but I am glad that I got to see you all one last time. Keep me in your prayers as I complete my last essay.

Pax

3 comments:

Rufus McCain said...

Lord, look upon angelmeg with eyes of mercy, may your healing hand rest upon her, may your lifegiving powers flow into every cell of her body and into the depths of her soul, cleansing, purifying, restoring her to wholeness and strength for service in your Kingdom. In Jesus' name, Amen.

Ebeth said...

Hope you are doing much better, Angelmeg!!

By the way, are you saying Gradual school or Graduate school? Which one is easier!?? hehehe

Of all the websites you link to, which ones do you find most helpful in your pursuit in education? I am working on my Master Catechist Cert.

Ebeth

angelmeg said...

I call it Gradual School because when you go there you Gradually find that you no longer want to be in School.

God Willing after Monday I will be done, because that is the day I send in my Final Essays.