Yesterday started out well. I blogged, put some tomatoes in the oven to roast, put on a handknit sweater, did some reading, and went out to brunch.
While I did all of this, my head became rather congested, and by the time I got home after brunch, I was starting to feel achy. Blah. I decided to go to the grocery store because if I was getting sick, I wanted to do so with a replenished refrigerator, and while I was packing my eggs (yummy, local eggs that you can pack yourself at my local coop), I dropped one of them, which seemed to confirm that I was not really at 100% yesterday.
So rather than annotated a less than fully formed bibliography, I did the things I absolutely needed to do, watched guilty tv online, drank a lot of tea, and late at night, forced myself to eat something. (Somehow I forgot to eat dinner. When I am not hungry, something is not quite right.) Oh, and I plyed my first skein of my CMF bfl sweater spinning project.
LOVE. This morning, as I wait to see if this was just a 24-hour bug or if I am going to feel lousy again (I always feel good in the early mornings, even when I’m sick, so I’ve learned to delay all decision-making about the day to mid-morning), I’m going to set the twist and hang my pretty yarn to dry.
Fingers crossed that today I’ll feel better. That bibliography is not going to annotate itself!
Oooh, nice 3 ply.
Oh dear. Feel better! I hope rest and warm drinks will help. If not, spinning and knitting are always my panacea.
Hope you’re feeling better! Or maybe not? I find this is the time in the semester when I wish for slightly debilitating yet non-life-threatening ailments. Spinning will make it all better! And I’m surprised such a perfect beginning to the day didn’t ward off the cold bugs …
Get better soon! We’ve had a bad weekend for colds, too. It’s that weather change thing. I love that sweater of yours. It looks so cozy. I should add it to my gigantic queue. Lovely bfl!
Hope you’re feeling better soon.
Wow – your handspun is G O R G E O U S ! !
Get well soon! Boh will get bored if you have to take to your bed!