Sunday, October 11, 2009

Vacation Report

Well, we closed down the cottage today, loaded up the van and dragged our stuff back home again until Spring. It was a cold week, but the colors got better and better as the days progressed.

The good thing was I enjoyed shopping, going to dinner, going to the casino, and doing book signings. The bad thing was my cold dogged me most of the week. I did lots of sleeping in between doing things. I noticed lots of other people seemed to have colds also. Even tonight, the weatherman has one. It has to be a new strain, I guess, because they say once you have a cold you can't catch the same one again. Or is that a myth?

Anyway, I finally got the better of the germ by Friday when we went to visit WJJQ again in Tomahawk, WI. I'll be doing another interview there again in the Spring and a book signing at their local bookstore, Cover to Cover. Such is the life of an author - always looking for ways to get my books noticed. I'll be posting some pics later this week after I get kind of organized.


  1. joining the cold club. glad you had a decent break.

  2. Organized? I've heard of that. Glad to hear you got the better of the cold. Welcome back my friend.

  3. I love vacations, but they have been scattered here and there throughout my adult years. Now you've inspired me. I'm going to blog about one mini vacation my husband and I took our first year of marriage!

  4. I'd swear that's a myth about colds, but at least someone should do a study and prove it, lol.

    Thanks for visiting my blog :-)

  5. I'm looking forward to the pictures.

    Glad you managed to have a good trip, during the sneezing and coughing that probably came with the cold.

    Straight From Hel

  6. Some colds seem to hang on forever. Glad you're better.

  7. Anonymous5:03 PM

    Glad to know you're feeling better, Morgan. Looking forward to seeing your pictures!

  8. Well, I never heard that expression about catching the same cold again. I would think that to be an impossibility, isn't it?
    So far, we've been pretty fortunate here -only my daughter Mandy and the 17-year-old step-granddaughter have had the misfortune of catching something. Mandy suffered for about two weeks with what she figured to just be a cold before going to the doctor and learning she had bronchitis and the 17-year-old missed four days of school last week with what the doctor said was the old-fashioned flu. The other four of us here so far, haven't picked up any of those nasty germs!
    Glad you're feeling better and made that turn before coming back home.


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