Sunday, October 23, 2011

Cabin Fever

Thankfully, my cabin fever isn't as bad as was the case with Cheryl Ladd's daughter.

Thanks for all the well wishes.  I'm moving about, reading and I even got to stay up last night and watch a scary movie.

Love the old black and whites. 

Meanwhile, the entire house is asleep, while I sip on garlic onion soup, flip through some blogs and enjoy sitting upright.

Miss Wiggy taking a nappy nap...
...before we removed the Vomit Cone.

23 comments:

  1. love the new header pic :)

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  2. I think the black and white movies are scarier than the new ones today. Hope you get to feeling 100% soon! Love the new header.

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  3. Garlic onion soup, sounds yummy-icious. Hope you continue to feel better!

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  4. Hope you are totally fit and healthy soon. Rachel and I had a very therapeutic day of getting up in the early afternoon, then vegging in front of the TV for a Friends marathon and then The Dukes Of Hazzard. Yee-hah!

    And yes, black and white scary movies are the best ;)

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  5. mshatch: Thanks. Love your pumpkins as well.

    Savannah: Yeah, I'm just not into very many of the current scary movies. Especially ones with all torture and no story. Eh, it's boring, pointless, and a great waste of my time.

    Carol: With raw ginger, veg and scratch-made stock. Hope your Sunday is going well. I'm enjoying sitting upright. So so so so MUCH, want to hit the bookshop today but I suppose it'd be best to wait.

    Flea: Sounds like a perfect day off together. Yee-hah. Hope you're eating something yummy during the marathon.

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  6. feel worlds better, take the time to recover and some classic black and whites are always a pick me up... i am in for the soup.

    remember the wookie is watching too...
    i don't know what that means.
    :)
    jeremy

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  7. iZombie: Thanks bunches for the well-wishes. What are you up to these days? I've been sick and out of the blogging loop. Going about today. Be over to check you out next.

    Have an oogie boogie day.

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  8. Mmm...garlic-onion soup. Should keep the vampires away too.

    Love the seasonal header!

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  9. Glad your cabin fever did not involve a flesheating virus.

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  10. Bard: Vampires and husbands. But it's ever so good with raw ginger, habaneros and scratch-made chicken stock.

    Trey: Yes, things can get messy once a flesheating virus takes hold. So hard to clean up after, as well.

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  11. Glad you're feeling better. The Steelers are ahead, which should make you feel even better. And those pumpkins are awesome!

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  12. Alex: Tim's pretty happy. I was actually hoping for snow today. But instead it was a beautiful fall day. Also nice.

    Boogie boogie.

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  13. First glad your feeling a bit better! Thanks for the comments Whisk! All my best to you & the family this weekend. OOgie Boogie

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  14. Needles: And a great big Oogie Boogie to you.

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  15. Good to hear you're improving, the soup sounds excellent.

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  16. Lurker: The soup was pretty darn good. Or, what I could taste of it. Hope your weekend went well. It's Monday now, and I'm soon to head back to bed for more rest.

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  17. Glad you feel better!! I feel sorry for Mr Whisk, after you've had your Garlic Onion soup! pheweee!!!

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  18. Ray: Where's the zombies? That's the real question.

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  19. it's all good on my side, my father-in-law is sick and not in a good way. i am still making the things crazy stuff... feel better!

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  20. iZombie: I am sorry your father-in-law is sick. That just sucks and I wish I could offer more than I'm sorry.

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  21. That last shot of Wiggy looks like she's in a horror film.

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