Thursday, July 9, 2009

Illness, plus and minus..

Minus points -

Feel like crap
look like crap
head hurts
nose is snotty
chest is wheezy
cant concentrate on any thing work related
cant snog or hug anyone
missed my Thursday cuppa with Bezzie Su....

Plus points

Actually rolled over and went back to sleep this morning
gorgeously husky voice
didn't have to fight with my unruly hair
got an unexpected day off
finished the ironing, figured all the steam would do me good
Emmi changed my bed, did my shopping and bought me flowers
Watched Miami Ink back to back all day.....

So every cloud has a silver lining

Enjoy xx


Terri said...

wow... you are a better woman tha I..Hope you feel well soon!

Kirsty Wiseman said...

you has the swine flu, dear.
You need to oink three time and swish your curly tail for it to all float away xx

thekathrynwheel said...

Hmmmm. I think this is more than just a cold, I think u have a touch of man flu LOL. I had it last week and it's nasty :-)
Get well soon x

Brian K said...

Oh you just stay in bed you amazing woman you! You deserve it!

Maureen Reynolds said...

Never thought of ironing to be a personal humidifier, but then one never knows. A funny list which shows your funny bone is still doing well.

borgqueen said...

think you brought this on yourself with all that talk of Christmas and snow....

Sandra Hall said...

You got it wrong Dy....ironing goes on the minus side! Also I detect you're getting fed up with the longer hair - stick with it a while longer - it goes with the husky voice! Hope you feel better soon xx

Unknown said...

oh what a fab day you had. sounds like a good plan to me. Emma xx

Unknown said...

Hope you are very soon on the mend

Sharon said...

Aw Dyan, I hope you feel better soon.

Michelle said...

Hi Dyan,
Hope you are feeling better really soon.
Your body is telling you to rest.
I hope you listen to it.:-)
Michelle xx

Darcy Marshall said...

Get well soon, I have had it all week too, bring on the drugs....and echinacea tea.

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