Wednesday, December 28, 2011

What a Way to Start the New Year

Normally, in the week between Christmas and New Years, I would be packing away the fluff of Christmas and beginning my year with a fresh, clean home.  This week found me lying in bed with a pounding head and other symptoms that you just don't want to hear about. As a die hard blogger I was able to snap this one blurry photo of the weak tea I have been able to consume. I slept through yesterday, something I never do. And have felt just enough better today to lay on the sofa rather than the bed. Needless to say, I haven't been visiting blogs or doing housework or preparing for the family party that is Sunday.  I really need to get better. I have a big weekend coming up and I just can not miss it! I have a wedding of a dear friend that I have been looking forward to on New Years eve. Doesn't that sound fun?! A reason to dress up and celebrate rather than falling asleep on the couch at 9pm. Yes, it's a fairly comfy couch, but I'm not 103 yet and a little New Years Eve festivity sounds dreamy. Then Sunday the family party, and thank goodness it's at my sisters house.
So I'm taking the rest of the year off and I'll see you all after the New Year.
Happy New Year to All my Friends !
I'll catch up with what you've been doing when I feel better, right now...
I"m heading for the sofa.

22 comments:

  1. No fun at all to be sick at this time of year! And whatever it is that you have it sounds awful.

    Rest and sleep and tea and then rest and sleep and tea...that's all you need to do -- with tea in such pretty cups and saucers...that will at least make you smile.

    Feel better soon and I wish you and your family a very happy, joyful, prosperous and healthy new year Kathy!! xo

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  2. I'm so sorry you've been sick. Take care of yourself and get well. Enjoy the wedding. Wishing you a wonderful New Year filled more blessings that your heart can hold!
    ~Adrienne~

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  3. Kathy
    Bummers!I hope you get well real soon.
    God Bless and Happy New Year!

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  4. My husband was sick all through Christmas, and just went back to work today. I hope you are well and can go to that fun New Years Eve wedding.

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  5. Feel better! Your cup of tea looks perfect.

    Can't wait to hear the details of the New Year's Eve wedding.

    - The Tablescaper

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  6. I am sorry too that you have been sick but do hope that you will be well enough to enjoy the weekend activities. Surely that tea with slice of lemon in that beautiful cup made you feel better immediately! I do wish you a happy and prosperous New Year. May at least some of your dreams come true.

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  7. I hope you are feeling better soon!!! I miss you!!!

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  8. I am so sorry to hear that you have been sick. Hope you will be well enough to enjoy the wedding and the New Years party. Have a blessed evening. Madeline

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  9. I hope you are feeling much better soon and that you have a happy and healthy New Year!

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  10. feel better soon, my friend.

    xo
    molly

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  11. Oh Kathy! I am sending powerful healing thoughts your way! I am sorry to hear you have been sick. I am hoping you feel better quickly....
    xoxoxo
    Penny

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  12. It's going around. We had it a couple of weeks ago. No fun at all. Hope you're better for the fun weekend ahead. Have a happy and healthy 2012. Mimi

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  13. PS Just looking at your teacup would make me feel better. Love it!! Mimi

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  14. Kathy, Hope you feel better soon. It's still the holidays so you should rest up and take it easy. Best wishes for a speedy recovery.

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  15. Awwwww, bless your little Kathy heart. So sorry you are not feeling good. I am keeping fingers crossed that you will feel lots better by weekend.....sure hope so.
    And, like MIMI SUE...just sipping out of such a beautiful cup is BOUND to make you feel a tiny bit better. :))

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  16. What a rotten time to feel yucky!!!!
    I do love your teacup and saucer...also would love those little marshmallow snowmen!
    See you after the first of the year...rest up now!
    Nice to be back to blogland....missed you!
    Hugs, Kathy @
    Sweet Up-North Mornings...

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  17. Yuck! What a lousy time to get sick. I hope you are able to keep down a little more than tea today. Get better and enjoy your weekend festivities! Patty

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  18. I hope you feel better soon and can enjoy your weekend to the full!

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  19. Feel better soon. I'm sorry you are feeling so poorly. It sounds like what my son is having right now too. Not nice.
    How fun to be thinking about a New Year's wedding. Get better!
    See you next year..*hugs*
    Judi

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  20. I hope that you are feeling better now! Wishing you and yours a very happy and blessed 2012!!

    Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  21. well.....did you go to the wedding? i hope so!! tis NO FUN being sick when there's fun to be had.

    happy new year, dear, dear friend!! wishing you love, happiness and contentment this year and always.

    xx
    becky

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  22. I sure hope you're better now! No fun to be sick, especially during the holidays. Happy New Year and I'm looking forward to reading more from you in 2012!

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