Sunday, February 10, 2013

What a week......

It started out good with a nice trip to find some antiques.  Judy and I took out on a road trip and tried to hit as many little towns as we could.  Hadn't been antiquing for awhile so it was a nice way to spend the day......well there was that short trip last week!!!



 
 
I love taking pictures of old buildings in our small Ozark's towns.  I always want to go back with some old chairs and a few other accessories, do a little decorating and re-shoot.
 
Cut some of my forsythia and forced it last week.  It's always such a treat.
 



Then evil entered my home in the form of a stomach virus.  Yuck.....have I ever told you how much I hate the stomach flu.  It was awful!  Luckily, it only lasted one night but can't seem to get any zip back.  I've spent a lot of time reading and trying not to feel sorry for myself.  It's not like I don't have lots of people checking on me and thankfully, sister Judy is in the neighborhood to bring me Popsicles and drinks.

Today it was nice enough for me to sit on the back porch and soak up some vitamins c & D.  Think I'm going to live.  I'm just a lousy sick person.

Have a great week and for all of you in the "big snow" areas of our country, hope they get you plowed out fast.

5 comments:

Andrea said...

Poor Jan! I'm glad it was nice for you to sit outside. The flu and viruses going around this year seem worse than ever before. Feel better soon!!

Danavee said...

Boooo! I'm sorry, but glad you're on the mend!

Love that little white building with the banner!

Dog Trot Farm said...

How wonderful to be able to sit outside and enjoy a bit of warmth. Glad you're feeling better, it took me a week or more to get over that "tired" feeling. I would love to visit your neck of the woods, perhaps someday...Have a lovely week, drowning in a sea of white, Julie.

Debra @ Common Ground said...

Hope your back to your old self soon! Seeing your forsythia reminds me to cut some and bring it in!

jc@leolas said...

It was so much fun dropping down into this little town and finding this building and the local market.


picture from Country Living