Last week I mentioned that I was sick. Well, unfortunately it is still with me, but thankfully at the tail end.
I am still drinking lots of hot honey and lemon to sooth the throat and clear the nose, and I find this works really well. It also gives me that added vitamin C boost that you need when you are sick with a nondescript virus. I did try to go to work today, but was told to go and work from home at around [10:30]. It must have been all the coughing that put them off!
I am hoping to be able to produce a podcast episode this week if the voice keeps improving. I am itching to get back behind the microphone to share lots of green stuff with your all.
As for Kim, she is slowly getting better. She is more mobile now and her hands, although still very stiff, are not sore anymore, but she doesn’t have a lot of strength in them still. She is in good spirits though, and Little Green Workshops product development is keep her mind off it all. She is one tough lady!
Now, just because I haven’t been very vocal lately, doesn’t mean I haven’t been active.
Over the weekend I managed to clean out the two chook houses, cleaned up one side of the yard, prep a couple of garden beds, and because it was raining most of the day on Sunday, I managed to make two new types of cheese.
The cheeses are Queso tipo Manchego (Manchego-type cheese), and a new blue cheese that I have called Le Petit Bleu. The blue has not gone quite to plan which you can read about over at Little Green Cheese if you like. The post is simply titled Blue Cheese Rescue.
I recorded both cheese making sessions, so once the voice comes back, I will record the voice over and get the Manchego up on YouTube for you all to have a look at. I am holding off on the blue to ensure it turns out okay first. Oh, and I also have a Leicester video to voiceover as well. Bloody voice box!
So there you have it, on the mend, but not quite there. Hope you are all faring better than I am at the start of cold/flu season.