Bumptity Bump Bump

Christmas Eve Day and I believe I am over my sickness. 

Yay!  I just had my first solid food, I nice bowl of oatmeal.  After I type this I’m going to go hit the shower and then off to buy some veggies, and really that’s all I have planned for Christmas Eve. 

I spent all day yesterday in bed, watching TV, assorted movies, assorted TLC shows, and The Stand, Cro-hooking (need a scarf to match my coat) playing Tetris on my Game Boy Advance, and Sleeping.  Not how I wanted to spend it, but considering the Wicked Winds of the West here, it was probably just as well.

My 100 pound dog is trying to get on my lap and put her head on the keyboard so I’ll pet her instead of type.  Not working out real well for either of us.

Off to degerm in the shower.


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  1. Oh, I’m so glad that you are feeling better!I spent part of the day in bed yesterday, the house was too cold and dark for me.  I love power!!!Merry Christmas, Tracy!I hope you have a lovely holiday with your family!

  2.  Well, I hope you can rid yerself of those nasty lil germs and enjoy yerself!!   

  3. Hope you’re well soon!  Boo to flu!  My boy has had it since last Tuesday and finally seemed to kick it by yesterday.  My Big Tony is on my arms – different from a 100 lb dog – but distracting enough.
    Merry Christmas!

  4. I’m glad that you are feeling better.
    ryc: Thanks…I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas too!

  5. ryc: 1 year and yes.  It took a while for me to notice – after 80+ lbs there was a lot of left over in the middle stuff.  But – I do it every day because your abs is one muscle you can’t overwork really.  When I started I couldn’t keep up with the smiling lady on the dvd – so I learned what the exercises were and shut her off.  There are 5 main exercies.  When I could do 4 single and 4 double reps of all 5 exercises – I upped it to 8 and so on.  I’m up to 28 of each now, and I’ve just now begun to do it twice a day.  I have a waist now and the gush is getting smaller and smaller. 

  6. Glad you are feeling better…assume the picture of your daughter using blue is how you really looked with the flu without the infranview…or whatever it is called.
    Thanks – about the tree.  I’ve taken a picture of my Christmas tree every year for as long as I can remember – probably 35 or 40 years.  I used the pictures on the 1st page of each year of my Christmas scrapbooks.
    You’ve had the flu now – hoping for smooth sailing thru the rest of winter.  Hate to say it – but I had a flu shot…hope it was for the right strain.
    Merry Christmas, Tracy.

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