Thursday, February 26, 2015
Still sickly, but who can sleep? Hence, lots of knitting and reading going on...
But I did lay down, which should have made me feel better, except it made me feel worse, and I got out of bed cold, somewhat crabby and even more tired than when I got in it. Joy.
But in the mean time, Mike is in final rehearsals for his play, which opens this weekend. Can I just interject how absolutely adorable my husband is in actor mode? I mean, he's cute all the time, but this just heightens his attractive qualities. I've been helping him memorize his lines, so that has been a pleasant interlude in my sickly-ness.
Otherwise, I've been reading a lot to pass the time while I lie around feeling listless. My current read is a light inspirational romance from the Love Inspired line, Hometown Valentine by Lissa Manley. Seasonal and sweet, we have an uncle suddenly left with his infant niece when his sister passes away unexpectedly, and a local woman coming to his aid who is hoping to break out of her small town by scoring a slot on a fashion-centered reality TV show. I'm enjoying it.
And I've been knitting! I finished my Downton Abbey mystery shawl, ta DA!
How is everyone's Lent going so far?
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Your shawl is beautiful.ReplyDelete
I do hope you get to feeling better. I know from my experience this winter that the colds just seem to hang on. I think it's over and then I start coughing all over again.ReplyDelete
I read one of those Love Inspired romances (by Virginia Carmichael, "Season of Hope") and really did enjoy it. I gave it a positive review. Sometimes I think I'm a little snooty about novels that have the "romance" tag--but I'm trying to get past that bias. And those Love Inspired ones are so sweet and wholesome, I'm a fan.ReplyDelete