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Just to let you know: my doctor said there’s a lot of “recurrent respiratory virus” around, not much to be done since my lungs sound okay – take Tylenol, rest, lots of Vitamin D. Will have a blood test next week but am feeling a bit better. It’s a tough bug. My daughter’s pediatrician said it’s the worst respiratory illness season he’s ever seen. Hooray! Love to be part of a popular demographic.

The last thing I want to do this morning is get on a train. But off I go. What’s lovely is that it doesn’t really matter what I pack for two days. I just threw stuff in.

It’s a cool grey day, perfect to be on the road. Sandwich packed, New Yorkers, and a Dorothy Sayers mystery someone left in the Little Free Library.

Onward. Literally. A bientôt.

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About Beth

I began keeping a journal at the age of nine. Nearly fifty years later, I started this online journal, sharing reflections, reviews, updates, and the occasional secret.

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