Monday, February 12, 2018

Not Quite Dead Yet


I made it nearly 50 years without getting the flu.  It'd be nice if I could go another 50 without a repeat.  A huge thanks to Saint Tim for holding down the fort for almost a week now.  I did make it out for a Biscuit fix to feed this morning.  Yeesh.




16 comments:

JaneJMtl said...

I have to admit I was starting to really worry about the lack of posts. So sorry you had the flu (ugh), so grateful for your Saint Tim, so glad you're back and feeling better! Best wishes from Montreal.

Elaine said...

I see them looking through the fence for you, calling MumMumMumMum!!!

Michelle said...

Oh no. So glad you're not a single shepherd! (I'm sure the sheep are glad, too!)

Marcy Doane said...

The flu is NO FUN, especially this year when it has been so dangerous. Glad you are on the mend.

I need orange said...

No fun to be sick! Hope you are feeling all better soonest!

Buttons Thoughts said...

I seem to have caught that darn flu through the phone. Is that possible? Well, it happened. Take care I know how you feel. Hard to farm when you are sick and nice to have help. Hug B

Sheepmom said...

Glad you are on the mend. Being sick with a barn full of animals is tough. Thank goodness for Saint Tim! Remember, alcohol kills germs! haha

Lori Skoog said...

Hey Sara...if I lived closer I'd be there to help Saint Tim. So glad he was able to assist. Now he needs to stay healthy! If you feel well enough to talk I will check in tomorrow.

Marilyn F. said...

Oh, so sorry you got the crud. Sounds like it was a long time coming. Hopefully it will be another 50 years before you get it again. LOL.

Cheryl West said...

I was so afraid you were having a tough week with the farm animals and instead it is in fact you being under the weather. I'm so sorry that you have had the dreaded flu and hope you are feeling better every day. Thank goodness you have your personnel saint.

Terry and Linda said...

I'm so glad you are feeling better. I miss your posts!

sophy0075 said...

I did the flu (despite having the flu shot at the right time) in 2015. No fun, so boy do I sympathize.

You’re afraid you’re going to die, alternating with you’re afraid you won’t. Yeecch!

Bless St Tim. Glad you’re on the mend. Don’t push it (take naps between knitting rows). I wish I could bring you some chicken soup, but from GA to KY is s bit of a commute.

Just think how glad Biscuit, Muffin, Liddy, Baaxter, Wooliam, the Misses T, et al will be to see you and nudge you for cookies 😉!

Lisa @ things here lately... said...

Oh, no! :( I'm so sorry, Sarah. That is just so awful. Sending lots of love and prayers that you will feel like yourself very, very soon! *hugs*

Benita Story said...

Oh, Bless your heart! I wondered why it was so quiet over here. Keep getting well!

Far Side of Fifty said...

I wondered what was up. I am so sorry you had the flu...thank goodness for your Saint Tim. I hope you feel better soon:)

knitski said...

Last spring I was the sickest I have ever been! This year I got the flu shot and so far I am doing fine. I feel for you as it is horrible and nasty to be down for the count! Hope you are feeling better now!

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