We had a lovely time, and the shop is adorable and so were all of my welcoming students!
One knows when something is still amiss though and we learn to listen to our bodies.
I learned quickly never to bend over and tie your shoe when suffering from an ear infection!
I learned that since I wasn't feeling much better after 48 hours of a heavy-duty antibiotic I needed to be seen again.
I learned that quilters make great chauffeurs, and welcome companions when waiting to be seen yet again at the Minute Clinic.
Look! We are on candid camera!
Yes, this is Wendy and my sick self waiting to be seen.
Sinus infections and ear infections that are not responding to medication are nothing to be trifled with.
We have now added a steroid pack to the mix which should help kick everything into gear.
IHOP really does serve comfort food and I am grateful for the one in the hotel parking lot.
I also learned just how sick I have to be to not want to sew.
I also know how much better I want to be by tomorrow because I have another full classroom waiting!
This blog is also my journal, and though many of you may only want to hear about the good times, in the 10 years I have been writing this blog I have so seldom been sick.
I have also learned to feel more compassion towards those who deal with illness on a regular or even a daily basis.
I have also learned to be grateful for a comfy warm bed and family who is happy to text me instead of call me because they know it hurts to speak.
Here's hoping for a healthier tomorrow.