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Thursday, March 07, 2013

I have done well this week with the snack issue and I know that this team blogging has been one of positive factors. But saying that, I am trying not to think about the fact that I have now been sick for two weeks with a non-stop cough and runny nose. And finally, I am on antibiotics, preds and using an inhaler. Not looking forward to a weigh-in on Saturday. Oh, did I mention that I have been completely voiceless for three days? I invite you to laugh with the rest of the staff at the school where I am the speech-language specialist. That makes me the speechless speech teacher.
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  • SISSYFEB48
    Hope by now you are feeling better....and in full voice!
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    2776 days ago

    Comment edited on: 3/24/2013 7:19:45 PM
  • LYNNWILK2
    I hope the "speechless speech teacher" finds her speeches again... and may your be able to rest and relax and heal with some great chicken soup this weekend.
    2792 days ago
  • MISCHAKEO
    That bu has hit our staff also. Many teachers without voices, Don't worry about your weigh in. You needed to take care of yourself as you were sick. You can start losing when you are healthy. Hope you feel better.
    2793 days ago
  • no profile photo CD10386126
    emoticon you have a great sense of humor , I smiled at the being the speechless speech teacher, it's almost a tongue twister too , hope you get better soon!
    2793 days ago
  • SPARKCHANTAL
    may each of the speechless speech teachers reach a speedy recovery!

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    2793 days ago
  • KICK-SS
    I did laugh when when I read that you were the "speechless speech teacher". That was funny. But being sick is NOT fun... hope you shake it soon and get better.

    2793 days ago
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