Sunday, July 7, 2013

Home again, a bit early...

Well it's late Saturday night and I am home.  I have d#1 with me.  She needs to see Dr. Wacks so we came back a bit early, nothing major but a back problem.  Home is delicious.  I missed it so much.  I loved being in Podunk and seeing everyone but I was ready to come home.

All my feeds are gone.  G.O.N.E.  Now I have to try to find them again.  What a pain in the neck.  I really thought when I got home I could get them back but so far, no.

I also got my first cold in 5 or 6 years.  It sucks.  I think it was from recycled airline air because I was so careful and no one I was around was sick, just me.  I hope I didn't get anyone else sick, I really tried to be so careful.

And now my friends, I am hitting the bed.  I'll find you again soon.


  1. Well come home Bee. Sorry about the cold. Rest and drink liquids. MaryLou and I are now having a situation dealing with my siblings about my mother. It never ends. See you.


  2. I wonder if the fact that Google Reader feeds have been discontinued caused you to lose your feeds?

  3. Even though I imported my Google Reader into other feeds things are not completely right for me either. Wishing you luck.

  4. Welcome home honey. I'm sorry you're sick, but I bet Roche is happy to have you home. I'm sure he missed you something awful.

    Hello to daughter #1.

    Enjoy being home and get well soon honey. Big hugs from sunny California. ☺

  5. Home is awesome. I was up for nearly 24 hours yesterday (my travel day and the family gathering). Oy. As exicted as I always am to go on vacation, I always looks forward to going home. For instance... 39 days to my cruise. ;)

    So sorry to hear about D#1's back and your cold. I was surrounded by kids on both of my flights... thankfully, they were mostly very good. And hopefully healthy.

    IOn case you lost by blog it's here:

    big hugs xoxo

  6. Hugs! Hope you and D#1 feel better. I hate flying. I always end up with some sort of respiratory funk. Blech.

  7. Glad you had a good time, it's always nice to be back at home with your own bed and stuff. I hope you two lovely ladies start feeling better very fast.

    Big Hugs,


  8. Phooey to the cold and the bad back. Hope Dr. W can fix it pronto.

    Big hugs times two, honey...

  9. Welcome home, but I'm sorry I didn't get to see you while you were in the mts. It was kind of a crazy week. Hope Dr. W. is most helpful for d#1, glad she could be with you on the return trip. And maybe you will find some sunshine now that you are home! Hugs...

  10. No matter where we go, Home is always so welcoming. Glad you're back. Get well soon!

  11. Bee, Sorry you are ill...that was how I felt when I got the little cold I had a couple weeks ago. It was a bother, Take care of yourself. When you go to dr. wacks maybe mention your not let it get into your lungs. This is advise from dr. mom...remember. xoxo,Susie

  12. Welcome home, dear Bee.
    Definitely the recycled air on the plane. It's infuriating that the airlines save money on oxygen canisters by having too few of them onboard because of the weight -- and are utterly indifferent to the fact they make so many people sick every single time from the poor air quality onboard!

    Vitamin C from home-squeezed fresh orange juice straight from the oranges themselves not from a bottle or can, and sunshine by/or in the pool. That should have you feeling good again in a few days as your immune system responds.


  13. I still can't get your blog on blogger but it comes to me on bloglovin late in the evening, so I will always be one day behind till I get it straightened out.
    Oh do be careful and get well soon. Sit in the sun and soak up some sunshine.

    cheers, parsnip


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