Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Happy Valentines Day

So it's a Hallmark holiday. I'm still going to wish all my blogger friends a happy valentines day and hope your sweetie pays special attention to you today. Mine doesn't often do anything for this day anymore but then he tells me many times every day that he loves me, so it isn't really needed.

I did, however, receive a box of wonderful See's chocolates from my cousin-in-law in California. What a nice surprise!

OK, let's see. I finally got my stitches out and the first thing I did was wash my hands. They hadn't felt clean since I had my right hand operated on. Every try to wash one hand without getting the other one wet? Then I also enjoyed a lovely hot shower without a plastic bag on my hand. Doesn't take much to make me happy. :)

By that time I was in the throes of bronchitis for which I took an antibiotic (I've been living on them this winter) and it has now morphed into an old-fashioned head cold. I simply cannot win this winter.

My plans for today are to stay home, stay warm, drink lots of tea and water, eat oranges, and sleep. I'll reemerge when this is all over. Maybe I'll hibernate until spring.


  1. Happy Valentine's Day to you. Hopefully the winter will end soon.

  2. I'm glad your hand is healing up, and sorry that you've got that nasty head cold that I had two weeks ago (maybe I gave it to you?)

    Rest, rest, rest - and I'll see you...in the spring?

  3. Happy Valentines Day Barbara. Glad to hear about clean hands. Enjoy your hibernation.

  4. Good to hear your stitches are out. At least you can wipe your nose with your right hand! :--)

  5. Thanks for the good wishes everyone. This may sound silly, but you don't suppose I got the cold because I couldn't wash my hands umpteen times a day like I usually do? Anyway, today I feel better and hope to go to a BB game tonight. Getting to the end of the season. Then I get a bad case of BB withdrawal. :D

  6. I hardly ever wash my hands unless I've been doing animal related chores (litter!) and I never get colds. :<)

    I don't eat oranges, but I drink them. This is my favorite time of year because the Temples are available in the stores. Oh, do I ever love that fresh squeezed juice!

    I don't know if I've told you how much I enjoy looking at your blog header. So wonderful.