#1,183 Rest.

Oh it was such a beautiful, sunshiney, breezy day. And I missed it.

I dragged myself to church since it was my Sunday to be the liturgist in the late service, but as soon as I got home I got out of my church clothes and into bed for another nap. Being sick and the strong medicine has totally taken my energy. I slept for a couple hours, and woke up feeling so good I cleaned all the floors and the bathroom. We even did all the laundry and the dishes, too.

To celebrate, I think I’ll go on to bed now.

I’m sorry the blog has been boring lately for all 5 of you who read it. I’m just trying to feel a little better and stay positive. I appreciate your sweet words (Margaret!) and I promise to have more to say in the coming week!


Sunday, March 10th, 2013

Daily Journal

6 thoughts on “#1,183 Rest.

  1. I think you would be very surprised by how many people read this. After facebook this is the first blog I check (sometimes if I am late for work the only one). I hope you get some answers with the tests they took so you can find a solution to your pain. Love your positive outlook!

  2. I have been following you for a while; and love your historic home! I am a mother to 16 year old twin girls, that someday will need your beautiful invitations. Praying for you and answers as well as a speedy recovery!

  3. I am so sorry you aren't feeling well. Prayers sent to you for a quick recovery.

    Your positive attitude is inspiring. Take care of YOU!

  4. I read your blog every day and it brightens my mood to read. I try to be positive each day and find joy too and I love that someone else is doing the same thing.

  5. I check your blog everyday too! You are so positive andI love seeing your creativity come to fruition! I also have a great pyr and love it that these gentle giants have captured your heart!! They are the best dogs! Hope you feel better soon and I am eager for you to get your answers! Delaney

  6. I also read your blog every day and love your stories. You have such a positive and sweet spirit that makes you a joy to read about, even the everyday mundane things! I hope you are starting to feel better and your doctor will get the right diagnosis. Take care.


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