here). Please feel free to continue commenting on it, I'd love to hear how your nesting is more Mole than Martha. :)
I have been under the weather... literally. I think it was a combination of trying to do too much earlier in the week and the huge weather changes yesterday, which came with a blustery wind and plunging temperatures. I was suppose to meet with two friends from my old neighborhood but I couldn't... sometimes life happens. I am feeling much better today.
I had just placed a pillow on the front room sofa when Stephanie called. I told her how I felt (well, she asked!) and her recommendations were sofa and Goudge. Which, of course, made me smile as I not only had my fluffed up pillow on the sofa but my copy of A City of Bells lay beside me on the coffee table. Yes, it did receive my full attention after the phone call.
Reading Goudge while comfy on the sofa as the rain was beating against the window... very cozy. Perhaps the only thing which would have helped was having someone bring me a cup of tea. I just may have to ask for apple cider or herbal tea K-cups for Christmas... that way hubby could actually make a cup for me. (His idea of making tea for himself is nuking a mug of water and throwing in a tea bag... sigh.)
I had originally rebelled at the idea of tea made in K-cups... except my daughter who has five children and doesn't have time to make a proper cup in a teapot most days says it is quite delicious. I tried the herbal tea K-cups at her house and I was gifted with apple cider K-cups... both surprisingly yummy. (I have to have my caffeine fix only in the mornings and go caffeine free later in the day!)
Hubby is beginning to nicely recover although being fully warned by his doctor at the local VA Clinic that tests show he has osteoporosis and not to put himself in danger of falling. He was working on organizing the garage yesterday and I couldn't help. I had previously started organizing it when he could not help. Hopefully we can work together soon and get it all nicely organized before dreadfully cold winter sets in. :)
Picture: Raking Leaves; allposters.com