Wednesday, December 13, 2006

How could I have forgotten

the magical power of a fresh batch of homemade play dough?

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This should buy me an hour of laying still with an ice pack. My flu has turned into a constant sinus headache. If I take any more medicine I'm going to get a migraine.

I love the holidays.

10 comments:

shizzknits said...

Thank goodness for playdough! I hope you feel better soon. Sinus stuff is the worst. :(

Lynda said...

Oh, bummer - I was praying you'd be on the mend by now! Mom's really shouldn't be allowed to be sick!

I am impressed with how clean your kitchen is, though! When I'm sick.... that's the first thing to go!

Take care and get back to enjoying your holidays soon!!!

Robin said...

Hope you feel better soon...you brought back memories of my childhood with the homemade play dough. Forgot about that! I can almost smell the salty smell of it now!

Eileen said...

Homemade playdough is for mom's who feel well--not mom's wilting from sinus pain. I have to surmise that you didn't have any store-bought playdough on hand. I never understand the mom's who don't allow playdough. Whenver I need an hour or so of uninterrupted time out it comes.

Feel better soon.

Anonymous said...

Take care of yourself! I hope you're feeling better soon!

-Lisa

Katrina said...

I am also very impressed by your spotless kitchen in the midst of being sick. How do you do it all, girl?

Feel better soon.

Areli said...

Playdough works wonders, doesnt' it? I'm always amazed at how long my kids will sit and play with it.

Get well soon!

Holly Jo said...

Hooray for Playdough. Hope you feel better. Man, your kitchen is clean.

LilKnitter said...

Ooh, your playdough is so bright and happy looking! I remember all my homemade playdough looking kinda...greenie-greyish, and not nearly so pretty.

I send biiiiiig healthy hugs to you!!! Feel better soon!! Tea with honey and lemon can fix anything (or so says my maritime grandma!)

Amy said...

(((A)))
Hope you're feeling better soon.
Thanks for the stitch markers, which I received yesterday. LOL about writing the name on the envelope. I think the weirdest part was that I picked it out of the mailbox without looking at the return address and thought it was something returned to me for postage because (wait for it)


your handwriting is almost identical to mine, no joke.
Anyhow, they're beautiful and I'm going to use them as soon as I start knitting again.