Friday, November 09, 2007

Office temporarily closed

Just a note to let you know that I am quite ill with a sinus infection with asthmatic complications (translation: I can't breathe), so I'm shutting down the Jenny Rappaport branch of the L. Perkins Agency for this Friday and this coming Monday. Agents are supposed to be super-human, I know, but at the moment, I'm just very sick.

Lori will also be out of communication range, as she's taking a family vacation to Florida this weekend.

We'll both be back on Tuesday.

14 comments:

Holly said...

Get some rest, Jenny. Hope you feel better soon!! *hugs*

Theadra Leilani said...

I hope you feel better.

Anonymous said...

Hope you feel better, Jenny. I'm going through some sinusitis today (and it's something I seem to have to endure every year, sigh).

But not with asthma, though. Good gracious! That really sucks.

~Nancy
http://writerlystuff.blogspot.com

Lynda said...

Think of it as providing habitat for possibly rare and endangered viruses. Eveyone must do her civic duty in these matters. :-) Get well soon.

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry to hear of your latest illness. You do seem to suffer from more than your share of physical woes, don't you? :(

Jodi Meadows said...

Feel better! *snugs*

Anonymous said...

wedding pictures PLEASE

Anonymous said...

Hope you feel better. I really like your 'in the mailbag' segment... very helpful. I especially liked when you stopped reading and why!

Keep it up!

kiwi said...

Sorry to hear this, Jenny. If it makes you feel any better, I read Vintage, by Steve Berman and Nathalie's wonderful fantasy a while back, and it has to be said, you know how to pick great talent. Congrats. Oh, and keep em' coming (when you're feeling better, of course).

Kimber An said...

I feel for you, Jenny. The sinus cold thing is hitting Alaska right now too. Not fun. Drink lots of orange juice and get well soon!

Ryan Field said...

I hope you've got some good pulmonary docs who know how to treat you and your own personal case. This makes all the difference with what you decribed in the post.

Jenny Rappaport said...

ryan field, I do, thankfully. My primary care doctor saw me most recently, but my allergist, who is also a pulmonary doctor, is a wonder. He's going to get me a nebulizer, which I've wanted for awhile. And in the meantime, I've borrowed my dad's for the weekend, and it gave me a couple of hours of feeling like my lungs were working again and I could talk! (currently, back to not being able to do much more than croak; hand signals are good!=)

spyscribbler said...

Oh, wow. I just started getting asthma over the past year. Adult-onset with allergies runs in our family. I am a total wimp about it, but I'm slowly learning not to panic, LOL. It's amazing how grateful one can feel for the ability to breathe!

I hope you're feeling better soon!

Chris Redding said...

Rest and feel better.
cmr