Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Bear Sick

Official Bear Notice. The Bear is experiencing some sort of gastrointestinal disorder and can't keep his food down. He probably won't be writing for two or threes days.

9 comments:

  1. Oh dear! I'm so sorry to hear this. I will keep you in my prayers and I'm sure others will as well. It was good of you to give us notice. Rest, relax, HYDRATE, and take a break from all things Synody.
    Drink Gatorade as a quick replenisher of fluids.
    Go on the BRAT diet, Bananas, Rice, Applesauce, toast, all things easy on the tummy.
    Upper GI, Pepto (but can back things up a bit)
    Lower GI, Imodium, awesome stuff.
    May God heal you quickly!
    Kathleen :)
    (no need to post this) :)

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  2. The woods may not always be alive with the sound of music, but they are full of marvelous natural nostrums :-). Rest well, watch a few great old movies (I can recommend some if you run out) and you will be keeping those home cooked meals down in no time.

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  3. Tea with lemon and honey (mmmmm) for the Bear when he's able! Progress to brandy. Get well soon!

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  4. Let us pray for the Bear and hope in gets better soon.

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  5. A terrible way to lose weight, but this too shall pass.
    At Mass this morning, I will pray for a bear and his quick return to wellbeing.

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  6. Thanks for all your advice and prayers. I seem a bit better today.

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  7. Prayers to St Luke for your better health.
    Enjoy the rest. On cold rainy day, good to have a reason to stay in sweats in bed.

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  8. It seems that the woods are alive with the sound of music after all :-)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2BWrmNhyXU

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  9. A few days on locusts and wild honey....

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