Under the Weather

I’ve been under the weather for a few days so find I’m not up to making a journal entry this month.


Apart from this: sometimes mind, body and spirit all need a Good Lie Down.


I hope normal service will be resumed imminently.

52 Comments on “Under the Weather”

  1. King Qahr says:

    May i suggest you use what i call the magical honey drink, its essentially a tblspoon of honey diluted in a cup of warm water, its amazing for being under the weather.

  2. origijan says:

    i hope you feel better very soon Peter

  3. deolindadi says:

    Reblogged this on deolinda almeida and commented:
    Thinking of you.

  4. patricia says:

    Get well son, dear Peter.
    pat from Argentina

  5. Ólafur Audunsson (Iceland) says:

    Best wishes here from Iceland.Hope you´ll get better.Bestu kveðjur.

  6. Anonymous says:

    wishing you a steady recovery,
    from east.

  7. isaac wilson says:

    kind thoughts for you from the states

  8. Anonymous says:

    Hope you get above the weather soon, and maybe even mid-month you will be able to write a little, as seems right at the time.

  9. Steve says:

    Get well soon Peter, look forward to hearing from you next month

  10. Andrea says:

    Dear Mr. Hammill
    Get well soon, use vitamines, relax your mind and take the time your body needs !
    Take care

  11. Andy Wood says:

    Get well soon Peter. Lang may yer lum reek!

  12. Charles Meon-Hill says:

    Missed deadlines and forgotten lectures were certainly apropos for our time during the epoch when VdGG became VdG. Loosing the extra “G” proved both traumatic and fortuitous to two members of the University of Exeter VdGG/Hammill Society. “Lambert”–as we knew him- was free and available and in London to attend the Marquee concert but believed that VdG could not possibly be VdGG so didn’t bother to go! His exquisite pain at hearing Vital knowing he could have been baying for the “Nadir” encore was sickening to behold.
    On the other hand Nurlay was holidaying in Central Wales in 1978 in Llanfair Caereinon merely minding her own business when at The Goat Hotel who should approach– and apparently propostion her– but a strangely charming and intense personage?–none other than Guy Smith (and a very exotic entourage) who had come in to town to whet their whistles during the mixing of Vital at the nearby rural studio.

  13. Douglas Fergus says:

    Sorry to hear you’re feeling poorly, Peter.
    You’ve had a hectic schedule over the past year.
    Take all the time you need to recover.
    Every best wish for a speedy recovery.

  14. Bruno says:

    Hope you get well soon, Peter !

  15. Nick Dutton says:

    Best wishes for a speedy recovery. Love “Other World”.

    Nick Dutton

  16. Michael White says:

    Take it easy Peter & get well soon.

  17. Josep says:

    Peter, I really hope you feel better now! And a BIG THANK YOU for your music and your songs, that make such a difference in my life, as in many others.


  18. hugh manatee says:

    best wishes for improved health

  19. Ralf says:

    As melhoras! E passa por Lisboa, quando te lembrares.

  20. Anji says:

    Strengthenings and gentlings to you – and love, from the Edinburgh/Glasgow contingent.


  21. Colin says:

    Take care Meester Hammeel. Hope you are well soon.

  22. Anonymous says:

    The best of health to you peter. Take care.

  23. sue says:

    I as well hope you are up and about soon…is the weather still dreadful over there?
    Get better soon.

  24. Henry Martinez says:

    Get well soon!

  25. Michel E says:

    I hope that you’re feeling better soon Peter. Take good care!

  26. Freg says:

    Wishing you a speedy recovery, mate.

  27. Anonymous says:

    Take it easy and thank you for the wonderful Union Chapel show.

  28. Boyanchica says:

    Take a time and get better soon.. I’m looking forward to your posts and getting happier as the end of the month is nearer, just like in the little prince and fox story.. 🙂

  29. Gareth Price says:

    As someone who is recovering from a bout of Bronchitis, I know only too well the value of ‘a good lie down’

    I wish you a speedy recovery.

  30. dpcoffey says:

    Hope you’re back in the FRACAS soon, Peter! Best wishes for a quick jumpstart. -Dan

  31. Clare Lewis says:

    Hi Peter, hope you feel better soon. We really enjoyed the concert last Friday.

  32. Peter there are thousands out there who care about you including me ! Hope you are better soon.

  33. Get well soon, Peter.

  34. Mikayel says:

    I believe knowing that so many people are thinking about you and wishing you good health at this particular moment will help! So, get well soon, Peter!

  35. Richard says:

    Get well soon, Peter. Hope it’s not too serious.

  36. Kevin says:

    Hope whatever ails you is not too serious and are back up to speed soon
    Best wishes

  37. Anonymous says:

    try working for a living!

  38. Simon Brader says:

    Hope you get well soon!

  39. Renato Schifano says:

    Repose-toi bien Peter ! Et donne-nous vite de bonnes nouvelles !

  40. Paul Dove says:

    Best wishes, get well soon.

  41. Pierre Grand'Maison says:

    ”La mélancolie, c’est le bonheur d’être triste” – Victor Hugo (Melancholy is the pleasure of being sad.) Get well soon, Mr Hammill.

  42. Daniel says:

    Get well soon Mr Hammill

  43. Maurice says:

    If anyone deserves a good recuperative rest, it’s you Peter! btw OTHERWORLD is terrific!

  44. François says:

    Get well, sir. That’s all that matters.

  45. gus_mcintosh says:

    Hi Peter
    Sorry to hear you’re not too good. Get well soon!
    (Otherworld is really excellent!)

  46. Pegnato says:

    Hope you feel better soon! – p pegnato

  47. John says:

    Get well soon Peter

  48. unclerock says:

    Take all the time you need sir. Rest easy.

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