Has it truly been two months since I’ve last posted? And I thought I was doing so much better. Hmmpf.
Well, Dear Husband and I have both had our winter colds. I started to get better and he got worse, so I nagged him to visit the doc. The PA saw him and put him on antibiotics and a puffer, and had him get a chest x-ray. He’s better now. Apparently he had bronchitis, and was inching his way toward pneumonia.
I’ve subbed for my exercise guru four days in February. She’s been ill, and now her husband has the flu.
I cancelled the opening day for Scraps on a Mission. I didn’t want to share our germs with the ladies who come to sew. We’ll have our opening day later this month. Many of us have been sewing, as though the meeting had taken place. I have three 50″ x 50″ lap quilts ready for binding, and I’m working on three 80″ x 80″ tops, one of which is finished. I’m going to quilt two of them, and have the third quilted professionally. When I’m a little further along, I’ll finish a quilt for a friend’s grand daughter.
We’ve had a lot of snow, but nothing like what’s inundated the East. One of our neighbors cleared off our sidewalk using a plow attached to an all-terraine vehicle. DH cleared off the driveway, which is very short. We’ve had one feeder out for the birds. As soon as we can get another pole into the ground, we’ll put up another. Perhaps we’ll be able to lure some of the cardinals to our back yard.
Things have been very quiet the past two months. That’s when you should begin to worry. Two weeks ago my sister-in-law passed away. I feel dreadful for my brother, because she was the light of his life. He has planned a lovely memorial for her, and we’ll all gather on Sunday to share our memories.
Two of my siblings have lost their spouses, now. So far, I haven’t lost a sibling, but with each loss I wonder who will be the first of us to pass away. Our Dad lived to 70, but Mother was almost 94 when she passed away. We have good genes and bad, and some of us lead very healthy lives, and some, not so healthy. I’m reminded that we should live life as though this was our last day on earth.
And with that, I think I’ll call it a day. I hope you are all high, dry and well!