Thanks for everyone’s kind thoughts, the antibiotics seem to be doing something, though everything I’ve read about pertussis includes the warning that the coughing fits can last up to 3 months (depending on the source – shortest I’ve heard is 10 weeks, in China apparently they call it the “100-day cough”). So I’m not looking forward to that, because in about 3 weeks I have a big conference (in Madrid!) where I have presenting responsibilities and I was hoping the “long cough” (as it is called in Latvian) wouldn’t be quite so long…
However, I am looking forward to discovering more art like A Year Long Journey by Ryo Takemasa. Only one example, you must visit the site to see more:
I really like the minimalist graphic art style this artist uses. He gives you very structured and ordered landscape with a large perspective that sets the viewer above and apart. The bright colours he uses are somewhat reminiscent of comic book art only punched up a bit.
I’m glad the antibiotics are helping, rq. Perhaps the Dr. could give you an antitussive with a bit of codeine for when you’re in Madrid. I’d test it out before the conference because it could make you a bit sleepy, but likely not. It might help you manage your presenting duties.
God damned anti-vaxxers. I’m pretty sure we have laws in Ontario that prevent unvaccinated kids from going to school. I think that should be the law everywhere.