My throat is feeling better, but my tummy is feeling queasy. So I’m better, but I’m not. That sucks.
On an entirely different subject — I really hate it when professional audiobook narrators don’t look up how to properly pronounce unfamiliar words. Especially when I know how to pronounce them myself. It isn’t “es-choo” — it’s “es-shoo”. I don’t care how it’s spelled. That’s the English language. Deal with it. And if I hear “char-ee” one more time instead of “chair-ee”, I’ll kick something. And that will hurt me. Thoughtless narrator.
Okay, I looked it up, and “eschew” is apparently supposed to be “es-choo”. I still think it should be pronounced my way. “Es-choo” sounds stu***. But I’m right about the pronunciation for “chary”. So there — plblbp! (That’s a raspberry, by the way. Or is it “razzberry”? The WordPress smiley for that looks happy, not taunting — so I had to spell it out.)