Thursday, February 14, 2008

The flu bug

Finally it bit me and the entire family. Hoping to reduce the 'down time' by taking some OTC medicines. Think this is time for a little 'Sabbath rest'.

Rest & Peace,


Terry Rayburn said...


Praying for your quick recovery.

Just got over it myself. You shall rise again, statistically speaking, and Lord willing :)


Anonymous said...

Oh, man, I feel for you. :) I was bit a couple of months ago by the bug and I know how miserable it can be! Get your rest, drink your fluids, blah blah blah. Get better. :D

Nicole's Godblog said...

Bino. Yeah, I too had it over New Year's. Awful junk!

Rest in Father and he will heal you. I will be praying for a quick

In Freedom, Nicole!

lydia joy said...

Yikes, it's that time of year! Hope you get over it quickly!!!! Laughter is good medicine:)

Aida said...

Yikes, is right! Keep it over at your house everyone. I'm healthy so far and I want to stay that way. I got the flu shot for the first time this year (it was free so why not?) I haven't had the flu in years so I hope it's another good year. It's been rough at my school though.

Hope you and your family get to feeling better, Bino. I remember the last time I had it and it was awful.


Bino B. Manjasseril said...

Thanks all of you for the well wishes. What a tough week! Kids are not fully recovered yet but feeling much better. It was one of the toughest week in my life. My wife and I, inflicted with flu ourselves taking care of 2 kids (2 yr & 4 yr) who were also severely sick! Oh Man! I needed a looooot of patience and energy!

On a positive side, I got a chance (when the kids slept!) to listen to few great audio sermons Aida posted on her blog.
Thanks Aida! The one named Into the Wild (Darin Hufford) was one of the greatest sermons I have ever heard in my life.

Again, thanks for all the prayers!

Aida said...

Bino, glad you're up and posting again. I've missed you.

I'm glad you enjoyed the teachings. Besides being a neat guy, Darin is probably my favorite teacher. I agree with you. Into the Wild is also in my opinion one the most exciting teachings I've ever heard. It stays permenently in my mp3 player so I can listen to it when I need a boost.