Friday, February 19, 2010

The Less than 24 Hour Flu....mercifully

I filled the bird feeders and then hung around to see who would be coming by to eat.....

T.K. wants to do a candle workshop so... I got all the candle stuff organized and ready for a road trip.

Then I sat down to work on that fluffy baby blanket I've been knitting, 'cause I just didn't feel much like doing anything else.

Then I realized I'd better get the soup on or it wouldn't be ready when Ed got home for lunch.

That's the last thing I did before I became ill. At first I thought it must have been the chicken in the soup, but Ed was fine. I took to my sofa and moaned and groaned and alternately slept the entire afternoon and most of the evening away.

Today I am much better but I still kept to my sofa and didn't bother to do much. I did manage to collect enough energy to go to Chili's for lunch with Ed. Surprisingly, by that time I was able to eat a hamburger without the least little bit of discomfort.

Mike came home this afternoon and Sonmarie Sunshine and the son-in-law, the attorney, thank you very much, will arrive in AM. I'm going to finish this post and go back to bed so I can (hopefully) be 100% tomorrow.

Never be lacking in zeal, keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord. Romans 12:11

My memory verse for the week. Somehow I felt quite lacking in zeal these last 2 days.

1 comment:

  1. Hope you are feeling better, will still say a prayer. Love this blog, it is so neat, love the jam jars. I had a blog and can not find it now, it was called "A Day With God, or not, is a choice."
    I never learned how to download pictures, and you have done a really good job with that and I like seeing them. I will be back. Love you Judy


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