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Monday, November 24, 2014

Monday's Musings


Some random Monday thoughts, Thanksgiving is just a few short days away. It is by far my favorite holiday. I love all the food and all the gathering of family and friends,  I love a full house. We have that when our Care Group gathers and it has made not having a full house for Thanksgiving easier. What has also made it easier is that I have been sick for the last couple of days. I'm actually relieved I don't have to get ready for a house full of people.

I have been battling some type of upper respiratory bug. My voice started to go Friday night and by Saturday it had progressed to a whispery squeak. Try having a conversation when you are like that, it's better not to even go there. (I couldn't say it the first time, how can I repeat what I just said....my poor sweet husband) Spent most of the weekend on the couch.

I am better today, voice is more of a deep gravel and I am feeling more like myself. I actually headed out today, to look for  something that would help a cough, clear a stuffy head, and not be contraindicated for someone that has problems with blood pressure. I wasn't alone, the cold remedy aisle had several sniffly, coughing people milling about. I'm not really a germaphobe but my thoughts did go to how contaminated the boxes and bottles of these medications must be. (I can't be the only one who picks up boxes and bottles and reads the labels) Must remember this for future shopping trips. (Another mental note, wash hands more frequently)



Nothing better when you are sick than some homemade Chicken Noodle Soup, I've eaten a lot of it the last couple of days.

Feeling blessed that we will be celebrating  Thanksgiving, with some friends. We were asked to bring a traditional dish, so we will be bringing  Cranberry Salad  and since I still have a ton of apples from our picking excursion I will probably bring something that requires apples as well. 

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving, enjoy the gathering of family and friends and be mindful of all we have to be thankful for (even in the midst of difficulties there is always much to be thankful for)









4 comments:

Debbie said...

Sorry you haven't been feeling well...good point on the medication bottles..never thought of that. Hope your feeling like your old self soon. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving! Glad you have good friends to share it with!

FlowerLady Lorraine said...

I hope that by Thanksgiving Day you will be feeling more back to normal. Sorry you have been sick.

Have a lovely Thanksgiving.

Love, hugs and prayers ~ FlowerLady

Lea said...

Oh, so hope you are feeling much better and will truly enjoy your Thanksgiving. Always such a sweet stop when I drop by your blog. Blessings!

Creations By Cindy said...

I do hope and pray that your are feeling better my friend. Happy Thanksgiving. Hugs and blessings, Cindy