These last two days have found me under the weather. Just so you know – I’m terrible at being sick.
Life is better when you’re up and moving. Whether on the go anod doing fun stuff or staying home and puttering around the house – life is better when you are able to do something.
I am not a Netflix and chill girl. It is rare to find me just hanging out on the couch with a snack and the tv. There’s always a chore, a book, a hobby or something else more entertaining than just sitting around.
I spent yesterday in bed thinking of all the things I would do if I felt better. I scrolled Pinterest while Scout napped at my feet and Law and Order played in the background.
The whole day was so out of character that Scout was clearly worried. He hardly left my side, occasionally biting at my feet or grabbing at my arm in a sweet attempt at coaxing me back onto my feet. Doesn’t he look worried?
My Pinterest activities cracked me up because I was all over the place. If you aren’t familiar, Pinterest is a type of social media where you can find, upload and save images and links that inspire you on virtual boards.
Watercolor tutorials, gluten free vegetarian recipes, inspiring quotes, writing tips, photography challenges, winter wardrobe images, decluttering challenges, and ideas for transforming my dining room into a library were among the things that caught my eye.
It occurred to me that my interests are vast. I badly wanted to get up and clean out my closet, paint a picture, reorganize my kitchen and make something good for dinner. Instead, I stayed put, ate frozen pizza and read some.
Today is a new day. Here’s hoping it is more productive.
Hopefully this passes quickly!
Thank you. I’m still taking font easy but am much better.
I remember a few years back being ill with Lyme disease and how my cat seemed to pick up on how ill I was. He just cuddled up with me, sometimes reaching out with his paws to stroke my face. I do think that pets we are close to do indeed sense our predicaments.
Agreed. I think our pets are more sensitive little souls than most humans. We are lucky to have them to provide comfort.
Indeed they are and indeed we are.
Oh man…I am so sorry you’re not feeling well! I’m glad you have Scout to keep you company.
Thanks Jinger. He’s a good little friend and caretaker!