Thursday, April 21, 2011

What's that smell?

It's our kitchen garbage bag.  And I can finally smell it.  I'm a happy camper. 

Still not strong enough to do a jig, but been awake since 4:44 AM and haven't sneezed once. And, I slept in our bed last night, almost all the way through.

Life is good.

20 comments:

  1. I'm glad to hear it Whisk, no relapses either, look after yourself.

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  2. Great to hear that you are on the mend. I spent all last week sick as well and it is always a wonderful thing when you finally feel *good* again. Especially in spring.

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  3. Thanks, Lurker. Will do. Just say no to relapse. Enjoy your time off. Come on over to the 360 so Tim can own you. Ha.

    Risus: Ugh, sorry that you were sick too. Yeah, I agree. There something great about feeling good again, especially in the spring.

    The last week has been rain and cold so I haven't wanted to go out. Been easy to snuggle on the couch, but now I'm ready for flowers and sunshine.

    Thanks, Guys.

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  4. NOTHING LIKE THE SMELL OF A RIPE GARBAGE CAN IN THE MORNING...GLAD YOUR FEELING BETTER
    MOMMY DEAREST

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  5. Mama Gehrt: Thanks bunches. Great to see you :-)

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  6. Glad you're feeling better! And I hope the kitchen garbage bag is scented.

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  7. Thanks, Alex: Good job with your A to Z, in highlighting other blogs. Happy Weekend.

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  8. My dear friend
    Many thanks fro your wishes!
    I'm glad for you, that to feel better!
    Sorry, I will not visit your blog as the end of April, because I will travel.
    Happy Easter to all family!

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  9. Magda: Απολαύστε το ταξίδι σας. Ανυπομονώ να δω τις εικόνες που. Καλή άνοιξη και τρώτε καλά.

    Enjoy your trip. I look forward to seeing the pictures. Happy spring and eat well.

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  10. Drink lots of tea until it's completely past. With obscene amounts of sugar. And honey.

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  11. So good you're feeling better. Not being able to taste really, really is terrible.

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  12. I was worried when you said you could smell your garbage, but know I get it.

    And…thank you so much for you well wishes.

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  13. Glad you're beginning to feel better!

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  14. Good to hear you're getting better.

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  15. Very good to hear. I'd recommend no refined sugar, but plenty of honey.

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  16. William: Tea I love, but I'm not a real big fan of sweet. I like spicy and bitter. That said, I love, love, love honey on my chicken strips. Num num num.

    Becky: It's so great to start to taste again. Woohoo. Next up, cooking. But not just yet. I'm still resting as not to relapse. Those relapses can be killer. Ugh. Don't want me any of that.

    Miss Holly: You know I just figured I'd write the truth, and stinky garbage was it. Not so nummy but oh so glad to have most of my nose back.

    Professor Pope: Hello to you. Thanks. Me too.

    LoneIslander: Thanks and good luck with the movie making assistant to your buddy, work. I look forward to reading about your adventures.

    Porky: I don't own refined sugar. Never cook with it. Vile stuff. Though I do fancy me some raw honey. Haven't had that in awhile, well, since they made the price too high. Great though in homemade peanut butter. Num num num.

    Thanks Guys and Happy Weekend.

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  17. Being sick is definitely no fun! Glad you can smell that bag ~ :) And happy belated blogoversary to your hubs!!

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  18. Thanks, Donea Lee: Hope you have a yummy weekend.

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  19. Glad to hear you're feeling better. :)

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