September 20, 2007

Change of Season

It's now officially Cold Season, the traditional follow on to the Season of Avoiding the Yellowface, Which Burns Us. I hate outside. Though I would defend to the death the right to have one, hence, the environmentalism. Anyway, air, food and water come from outside, so it can't be all bad. See how broad minded I am?

At least I run no risk while taking media courses of being asked to shovel mulch in the rain as part of a group learning activity. I hate shoveling mulch in the rain. The Cold Season of 2005 was truly grim, heralding as it did about five distinct spans of respiratory contamination, with attendant sneezing, snuffling, wheezing, headaches and reduced lung capacity.

Yet every year around this time, as though it were a totally original revelation, the same thing occurs to me like clockwork: Dude, my sinuses must be huge!

Posted by natasha at September 20, 2007 10:00 AM | Recommended Reading | Technorati links |

Good thing I read this. I was going to suggest mulch shoveling in the rain the next time you came up to the NYC area. ;-)

Posted by: Scott at September 20, 2007 01:07 PM

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Posted by: ccoaler at September 20, 2007 04:00 PM

Indoor air can be hazardous to your sinuses as well. Dust, mites, mold, and other stuff can accumulate in a building for a long time. Try to get some outside air once in a while.

Posted by: Cujo359 at September 21, 2007 03:59 PM