Sunday, February 6, 2022

JUST FOR LOOKS

 On Friday, I tried to quilt the last row at the frame and jammed the machine up big time.  I tried to fix it and failed.  Then 
I went afterwards to watch a friend's child for a few hours and really began to feel off.  I had struggled with breathing all week.  By evening I began running a fever and when I woke up Saturday morning, I knew I needed help.  Off to find a place open on Saturday!  It is so hard.  When I finally was seen, it isn't Covid but it is bronchitis--thankful to God for medicines!  I slept the rest of the day away and most of today, too.

I have high hopes for tomorrow! 

7 comments:

  1. Well, THAT's not fun. Hope you are feeling better soon.

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  2. Oh, no....that sounds awful. I am so sorry to hear you are under the weather again and with the arm. That's can't be fun. I hope you are feeling better soon.

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  3. Oh no. Unfortunately, I have heard of a few other friends that have done the same after having covid. They feel fine for a short while and then get either bronchitus or pneumonia. I'm so glad that you caught it quickly and got medication to help.
    That bowl of yarn is really pretty and makes a great attention getter! :-) Feel better soon. Lots of prayers.
    Blessings and hugs,
    Betsy

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  4. Bronchitis is no picnic that's for sure! Sending lots of good healing thoughts to you

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  5. Oh Gosh! Hope you are on the mend and feeling much, much better.

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  6. Girl, you just can't get a break! Hope you are feeling better soon. Lovely bowl of squishiness.

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  7. Just now catching up with blog reading and hope by now you are feeling good again and your machine is unjammed!

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