Back in business

I spent most of last week at home, sick again.

I made a trip to the doctors on Wednesday because I’d had enough of the scratchy throat and annoying cough that I’d had for the past 3 weeks. He looked in my ears, he looked up my nose, he looked down my throat. Redness. He prescribed some penicillin drug and took a swab of my throat. Apparently, whooping cough is doing the rounds in Australia and he just wanted to make sure that I don’t have it. Being highly contagious, I stayed home. Luckily, I don’t have it!

And a brighter note, my cousin and her hubby finally arrived from Dublin. They’ve been trying to escape the cold and wet over there for around two years now and the Aussie government finally granted them residency over here. They spent last week with us, relaxing and recovering from the packing/flights/jet-lag before heading off to Brisbane on Friday. They are taking a leisurely, 5-day drive via Canberra and Sydney to their new home in Queensland.

Oh yes, I’d like to thank my Pom friends for making my life even brighter by winning the Ashes, relegating the Aussies to number two four in the world, promoting the Proteas to number 1 in the world and making my father-in-law a little less one-eyed when it comes to cricket. OK, so maybe the last bit will never happen, but I can dream!

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11 thoughts on “Back in business

    Anonymous

    (1 January 1970 - 11:00)

    Iain

    (24 August 2009 - 00:57)

    I think that makes SA no 1 test

    Delwynne

    (24 August 2009 - 02:22)

    No. 1 test team, no. 1 ODI team, no. 1 rugby

    Lisa

    (24 August 2009 - 02:24)

    My sista sounds very happy and relaxed. They loved being

    Dad

    (24 August 2009 - 22:26)

    I thought you said you backed Aussie cricket & SA rugby???

    Iain James Macdonald

    (24 August 2009 - 19:57)

    I think that makes SA no 1 test team.

    Delwynne Fife

    (24 August 2009 - 21:22)

    No. 1 test team, no. 1 ODI team, no. 1 rugby team!

    Lisa Hayward

    (24 August 2009 - 21:24)

    My sista sounds very happy and relaxed. They loved being there!

    Deb (The Wife)

    (25 August 2009 - 08:44)

    Agh this is right, how quickly one changes their mind!!!!!!!

    Del

    (25 August 2009 - 09:23)

    @Dad&Deb: Born and bred South African, no matter how good or bad the Saffas are!

    Terri

    (27 August 2009 - 20:48)

    And thanks very much for the hospitality, Cuz and Cuzette 🙂

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