Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Snowed In But Too Sick To Stitch

It was the waste of a snowy weekend.  When I should have been busily plying my needle, I was lying in a darkened room with a cool cloth on over my eyes, praying Excedrin Migraine would kick in and alleviate the pain.  And now with a blizzard on the horizon with 18-25 inches of snow accumulation, I am battling nausea, stomach pain, sore throat and headache.  

I have left my bed only long enough each day to male a little home made soup.  Saturday it was lentil soup, Sunday it was chicken rice soup and today it will be barley, beef and vegetable soup.

And it is till snowing today and I am still not stitching.

12 comments:

Julie said...

Get well (hugs) I hope you are soon feeling much better.

Ana's World said...

Sorry you aren't well! Hope you are better and back to stitching soon!

Emma/Itzy said...

:( Get well soon x

Vickie said...

I am sorry you are so ill Regina. We had the flu on Christmas. The pits!

Starry-eyed stitcher said...

Oh I am so sorry. You sound really poorly. All you can do is hunker down and wait for it all to go away. Stay warm and safe. Irene xxx

Linda said...

I'm so sorry that your sick Regina. I hope you get to feeling better real soon.

Linda

CalamityJr said...

I'm so sorry. Wish I could bring you some soup; I made Italian wedding today.

Nancy*Glory Bee said...

Sorry to hear that. Hope you feel better soon. Nancy

Ann said...

Oh, no--to have the time but not the energy or stamina! Hope you feel better soon.

Stitchinowl said...

Hope you are feeling a little better today. Chicken soup is the best medicine!
Carolyn

rosey175 said...

o dear, I hope you feel better soon! I try to make chicken long rice soup on sick days, depending on getting to the kitchen. The ginger in the chicken broth really helps me.

Maggee said...

Oh I am so sorry to hear this, and I hope that you are better by tonite! I will say a prayer for just that, plus that the snow hasn't been too bad there!