Looking back at the previous post, it seems a little bit incoherent. Not too surprising: straight after finishing it I went back to bed (10am!) and stayed there for 24 hours nursing a wheezing chest, stuffed head, alternating boiling and freezing, and muscle pain all over. This ‘dreaded lurgey’ came to us from the Junior High, through Jaymee; Clare went down with it next although Jaymee’s mum Karen and my son Leo avoided the worst: I was next for the full dose, and Dave now has it to a lesser extent…
‘Thanks, guys!’ I always said that schools were a bad idea. We’ve tried to isolate ourselves from the rest of our friends, the guys at Chad’s gym and everyone at the gymnastics centre – don’t want to be held in any way responsible for a plague spreading further out over Tennessee and Kentucky! At least we don’t have a show for almost two weeks, but I haven’t trained for six days now and that’s BAD when you’re doing it for a living… and I still feel too weak to even care… ouch. And we must all get rid of it completely before we head for the UK for Christmas in just over 2 weeks.
…and just thought I’d add the usual reminder that books celebrating gay love, sport, circus and adventure could make good ‘stocking fillers for appropriate friends. E-books available also from Amazon and other outlets… your support much appreciated.
A comment came in today – ‘Where do you get all these photographs…’ – well, it isn’t too difficult, if you’re into looking at appropriate Yahoo groups and some other personal blogs for impressive pictures of fit young men. But the short answer is – keep coming here – it’s free! – and if you really enjoy the site then support us by buying a book or three! And now the filling in the sandwich that most readers are waiting for: the HEALTHY part of this post!
Now, choosing those has made me feel no-end better! In fact, we’ll celebrate with a few extras, to make up for lost time:
OK, enough. Don’t want anyone else breaking out in hot sweats… just want their hearts to quicken a little: