Well, it always happens in the Spring.  I go to the studio to record our new audio for ADHD, called Concentratiion, Focus and Learning, on Bruce Gigax’s impeccably tuned, super-pricey, new microphone, and for some reason or other, I find myself sounding like a baritone frog.  Chagrined to say I got sent home, having failed to execute my mission.  

Usually allergies are the culprit. This time, I’d caught a monster cold a few days earlier, or thought I had, in Boston Harbor, in an open boat taxi on a nasty, windy, rainy day.

On reliable advice, I started gulping 3 horse pills every 3 hours of Wellness Formula, an over the counter immune support supplement you can find in any natural food store, and amazingly, that seemingly inevitable cold – it felt like it was going to be a grand 3-weeker - just faded away.  Astonishing! 

I’d chalk this up to a happy accident or misdiagnosis, but the same thing happened with this Wellness stuff over the winter holidays.  So I’m giving this stuff a shout-out.  [Not getting paid to do this.]  It’s amazing.

Even though the cold was gone, my throat was still not up to speed. So wish me well for next week, when I’ll give it a last shot before heading out for the East Coast for the summer. Cindy really wants this in the can before I go, so we can get it in the warehouse by late summer/early fall.

On Wednesday night of this week, I’ll be at the Strongsville, Ohio Public Library, talking about guided imagery, as the final speaker in their Cuyahoga County Public Library Author Series.  It starts at 7 pm.

This is part of the Year of Vitality they’ve been sponsoring all year, along with Medical Mutual, Parker Hannifin, and the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission. If you want to come by and say hello, by all means, register at www.cuyahogalibrary.org or call 440-238-5530.    

Hope to see you there!
Take care and be well.