I tend to photograph tulips and roses and daisies – all the showcase flowers. I’ve never photographed the lowly baby’s breath before. And you know what? It’s kind of tricky. But very pretty with all the green and white and fuzzy petals and buds.
I’m not sure what to expect of the weekend. I was sure I’d feel all better by now and I just don’t. It’s frustrating but I’m going to have to just slow down and listen to my body.
In the meantime, I wish all of you a happy weekend and a Happy Valentine’s Day!
Kathode Ray Tube says
I know you’re a busy woman, but perhaps a slow long weekend is just the ticket. Feel better soon and Happy V-day!
Happy Valentine’s Day Carole. Yup, your body knows best as frustrating as it is. It’s hard to keep the mind in sync with that. Rest up my friend even if it means being a couch potato for a number of days more. You’ll have the Olympics to keep you company. 🙂
What Manise said. XO
Take it easy and get better. There will be plenty of Valentine’s
Days ahead. 🙂
You too, and I hope you feel better! Celebrate Valentine’s next week.
Be well, my friend! I told you not to over do. Do I need to come and make you stay in bed? If only I could be there to make some chicken soup. Take care!!!!!!!!!
kathy b says
Happy Valentines to you and Happy Olympics. THink how happy you’ll be when you can participate in everyday life again!
Take your time and listen to you body. It is going around and those on my staff who had it and came back to early were back out again. Don’t rush it. Dinah
Careful you don’t push too much! You don’t want a rebound infection (viruses love to hide when you think you are feeling better and then whammo! they strike again!).
lots of liquids and chicken stock (avian cells have antigens that can illicit a increased immune response in humans if consumed over long periods of time…. so, yes, it is “Jewish Penicillin”).
Be Well and embrace the mid-morning and mid-afternoon nap. 🙂
Listen to Manise!
That photo is gorgeous.
Rest and knit. You’ll be back to normal in no time!
Cathy R says
Have a nice, restful weekend. Hopefully you will feel better on Monday.
Glad you are feeling somewhat better. Take it easy and hopefully you will be back to normal in a flash. We have no choice but to take it somewhat easy with 5 feet of snow on the ground. Although we have been overdoing the shoveling a bit, cause there is no other choice!
Happy Valentine’s Day Carole! I know Dale will take good care of you and you’ll shake this cough off before you know it 😉
Who knew baby’s breath was so pretty? It was good to see you last night, and I’m sure the change of scenery was much needed. Rest, relax, and hopefully you’ll be back to close to 100% next week 🙂 Happy Valentine’s Day, my friend <3
Feel better soon. Consider it serendipity that you have the Olympics to keep you rested. Have a great weekend!
Very pretty picture. Take it easy and feel better soon.
Happy Valentine’s Day to you and yours…I sure hope you feel better soon. Just think maybe you can knit and watch the Winter Olympics…
Happy Valentine’s Day and happy long weekend! Keep resting!
Wow, you’ve really had a tough time with this illness; I hope you get better soon!
Well, at least you have the Olympics. Slow and easy will win the race to recovery. Hunker down!
(((Carole)))). Feel “all better” soon!
Rest and eat chocolate today.
Pretty! Feel better!