that every time a child develops a gastro-intestinal illness, the initial onset of symptoms shall appear between the hours of midnight and 4 a.m.? Think about it. If you are a parent, how often when your kid comes down with a major gut-spilling illness, does it start at a normal, convenient time, like 11 a.m.? My kids only barf in broad daylight if they get carsick, or they've already been barfing for 12 hours.
So, the misery continues Chez SABLE. My sinuses, Mr. SABLE's dangerously infected eye, the Little Emperor's mildly infected eyes, the two week cold from Hell for me, Mr. SABLE's run in with the cold, which was not as severe... and now the Little Emperor is laid low with the gut bug. And maybe Owen's getting the cold. We have had enough! Enough, I say!
On a cheerier note, The Last Saturday Knitting has moved to 2 p.m. on the last Sat of each month. Same place for now: the Victor Allen's on Maple Grove, near PD, on the far southwest side of Madison. And I will be there this month, unless I'm quarantined like Typhoid Mary or something.