My Friday in Bed



Surgery went swimmingly yesterday.  Looking forward to being able to blow my nose.  It's the small things, folks.  In the meantime, Mr. B and my kitties are taking good care of me.  The girls will be home from school soon. My brothers-in-law in DC sent me a balloon bouquet with a box of Russell Stovers attached.  Last night, Little Sis gave one of her daddy's Brett Favre dolls a fabulous cheerleading section.  Tomorrow, Mr. B takes the girls to not one, but TWO birthday parties, and Sunday, he will run Big Sis to her first Nutcracker rehearsal!  Have I mentioned she will be playing a mouse?  Just like Tallulah in Tallulah's Nutcracker.

Oh, and when Mr. B went to Watermark Books for those birthday presents, he snagged a little something for me, too.

Everything I Need to Know I Learned from a Little Golden Book
by Diane Muldrow. Random House, 2013.

Hope to resume normal blogginess next week.

Merry Weekend!  Happy Reading!


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  1. Surgery? How did I miss this. You poor dear. I hope you're better soon.

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    1. I had to get my very deviated septum fixed. Most likely source of my recurring strep - I had strep nose!

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  2. Get well soon. You must be relieved to have the surgery over - enjoy the recuperation!

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    1. Glad to have it over. Ready for everything to feel better! Last night was rough. Lots of pressure...

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  3. Glad you are ok! :) Speedy recovery wishes to you!!!

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  4. Hope you are feeling better today!

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    1. It's been a bit rough, but I know I'll feel better in the end, thanks. 😺

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  5. Glad this is behind you and you're ok!! Get well soon! And congratulations to the little mouse on her Nutcracker part! The book looks great. Best wishes to you!!!!

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    1. I'll be fine soon. I keep needing the painkillers, which tend to put me out of commission. Tomorrow, I'm going to start weaning myself from them. The book is adorable, and on Big Sis's behalf, thanks!

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  6. OK that is the coolest, most art house photograph of a lady after nasal surgery that I've ever seen! SO AWESOME! Hurray that it's all done. And thank you for this lovely ticking stripe shot -- I love your bedding!!!!!

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    1. I've been holed up in the bedroom with the tablet Big Sis got from my dad. I can blog with it, including pictures, and there are some cool photo apps. I can't concentrate on reading, and I don't want to wear my glasses. The bedding was nicer before Little Sis fell asleep on it while drawing and the pen broke.... Holy ink stain, Batman!

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  7. Oh and the Nutcracker????? SO COOL!!! I'll tell Julia!!!

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    1. So she changed her mind and decoded she did not want to do The Nutcracker after all, and she was crying before Mr.B took her to rehearsal yesterday, making me feel like some sort of monster stage !pm. Of course, she loved rehearsal and had a lot of fun and said it wouldn' t be so bad after all, but she asked my husband if he could always be the one to take her. I wonder sometimes...

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    2. Decided, stage mom... Sheesh cannot type on this thing.

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  8. Get well soon Danzel. I think my husband might have something similar to you. He has always eluded surgery so far though. It's exciting for your daughter to get the mouse part! You must be so proud of her!!!! Have a great week!

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    1. She's going to love this experience, I think. She has friends performing as mice, too, and some of her dance teachers are playing other parts.

      It took me getting strep over and over again, and having a younger doctor to finally get me an ENT appointment. He suggested surgery as soon as the examination was done. I can already tell what the difference will be, once my nose is unclogged. This has needed to happen for a long, long time.

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