Friday, 11 January 2013

It was hopeless, no matter what I did to avoid the cold germs that are everywhere you turn they got me. Please people when you cough and sneeze don't do over me!
So while I stay indoors feeling sorry for myself, willing, the cold to leave me quickly, and not pass it on to any of you I will find photos buried deep on the drive that were overlooked or discarded.
Today's picture was an art installation at the Welcome Trust from late last year.

12 comments:

Adullamite said...

You poor lass. Ignore nostrums peddled in the market place, take paracetamol and hot today every four hours and keep warm. And read a decent book, the TV's not worth watching.

A Daft Scots Lass said...

Very interesting...

feel better!

Sharon said...

Well, I hope you are rid of that nasty cold very, very soon.
As for this artwork, it made me think of a giant "dust bunny" which reminds me, I need to dust. Obviously, it's an interesting piece!

Karine said...

Oh dear, I hope you feel better soon!

Catherine said...

I just had to comment on this one. I love London, and had a great time there last month, but I noticed there's a problem with people not covering their mouths when they cough or sneeze. It happens enough in New York, but it seemed like every other person coughed on me in London! Needless to say, I ended my trip with a nasty head cold. They have to put up signs or something.

jabblog said...

Poor you - get well soon.

Brianna Asaro Photography said...

Awww... feel better soon, Mo! It's the same here in the states. The flu is knocking folks down left and right! Stay indoors, drink lots of tea and rest up!

LONDONLULU said...

Oh no, feel better soon!

Angie said...

That pic of the art installation looks like someone having a good sneeze! Get better soon, Mo.

hesam said...

keep warm , drink more warm water with lemon and honey , stay at home and rest , use paracetamole.
wish you will be better very soon

Tamera said...

I feel your pain. I haven't blogged in over a week because I have been so incredibly, miserably sick. Take care of yourself and feel better soon! (Drink lots of fluids! Eat chicken soup!)

Accidental Londoner said...

It seems to be a city-wide affliction! Bad luck and hope you get better soon, from a fellow suffering Londoner!