Wednesday, 16 March 2016

Getting over bugs

This was a great book to read
I finished it this yesterday, 
Plot, storytelling and ending was brilliant
One of the best books I have read in ages. 
I am now looking for the sequel After You
 I have stitched all the hexagons I cut out at the weekend
 These are my next colours, 
might try and cut them later
 I had to move fabrics around so I could make another couple of small sections.
I can fit more hexagons in if they are stacked top to bottom
It does only look as if I have added 5 diamonds 
but I have infilled loads above, I'm pleased with the progress
I spent ages stitching yesterday
I have not been out of the house since Saturday, when I went to my hairdressers, I was not well enough really to go, but I would have had to wait ages for another appointment. I have been inside in the warm fighting germs. Today I feel a bit better, headache has finally decided to give me a rest, plus I slept reasonable well last night. If I can get this cough to take a hike, then normal living might come back. I'm not a sickly person, normally I would work through whatever, but this bug is not very nice. Hubby now has the same bug, plus youngest daughter is coming down with it, so as you can imagine I am not the most popular person in this family.
I have Thursday and Friday booked as holiday, so I don't have to worry about going back to work this week. I would like to pop out into the garden one day, which is a real good sign I am on the mend.

7 comments:

Julie said...

I too loved that book, a topic that was good for discussion at my book group.
Get well {hugs}, there are such a lot of nasty germs about right now, I hope you are soon feeling much better

Delia West said...

Sorry to hear you are feeling poorly hope you start to feel brighter real soon. Love the colours of your patchwork and I also love the box you have it all organised in, its looks so efficient, dee x

johnnyjumpsup said...

I've got that book in my pile waiting to be read, I might read it next as I'm coming to the end of one.

Jo said...

I've recently read this book too and I agree, it's one of the best books I've read of late too. Hope you're feeling better soon.

Dawn McHugh said...

I keep hearing about people being struck down with this bug, so far I have avoided it a few weeks back hubby was bug laden I managed to avoid it thank goodness

Ellie Foster said...

I agree about the book - (although, just a minor niggle, I would like to see it with a less 'chick lit' cover as I felt this demeaned the story) I thought it was excellent - poignant, moving, but uplifting. It's a film now too, so I wonder how that will work. Like you, I have the sequel on my wishlist!
Excellent organisation going on too - I wish I could be like that!
Best wishes
Ellie

Amy at love made my home said...

So sorry to hear you have been sick, I hope that you are much better very soon! Take care of yourself and enjoy your crafting as you can. xx

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