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October 24, 2007

I have the Yarn Crud. Or New York fever. I don't know what I have, but I feel like crap, and I'm back at work less than a day after arriving home. Bleah. Not quite sick enough to warrant blowing hours to stay home, but not quite well enough to feel okay sitting here at work. I believe it might be going around the Rhinebeckians. But what a way to go.

Clara loved her border collie stuffed toy. Lala loved her spindle. I loved my bed. (And catching up with TiVo, yay!)

And that's all I got, folks. No pictures, too tired to get it together. Soon. Forgive me if I owe you an email -- I owe many.


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feel better! looks like you had a wonderful trip!

I hope you feel better soon!

Oh no! Feel better chica.

ugggghh, yuck. hope you're doing better right soon.

glad Lala likes the spindle, after all that searching!

Rhinebeck hangover, perhaps. Take care of yourself.

Maybe you OD'd on fiber? Is there a 911 protocol you could look up for help? Feel better girlie!

sorry you're feeling like crap. maybe you just miss is all. feel better!

If you don't feel good you should stay home and watch tv and sit on the couch with dogs. Only short dogs. Big dogs aren't allowed on the people couch.

Not to mention the fact that your entire state is on fire — that can't be helping much. Take care of yourself & feel better!

Viral jet lag, maybe? Whatever, feel better!

Totally Rhinebeck/GAWK withdrawal. That's my story. I want to do it all again THIS weekend!

Feel better - there is a nasty bug going around NYC hope that is not what you have. I have something myself.

I've been staving it off eating full sour Jewish style pickles - lots of garlic which is a natural antibiotic. And mucinex - that shit is a miracle.

Love to the fam,

Now, Rachel, that's what sick days are for. Take some recuperation time so you can enjoy your new yarn.

Hope you snap back soon! I hate that "I had too much fun and now I'm paying for it" feeling. It looks like you had a blast - so hopefully this will be a brief passing thing so you can spin that gorgeous fiber that you *didn't* buy.

Welcome home. Take care of that crud! It's really going around.

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