Our Christmas was quiet and nice, spent at home with the dogs eating good food, watching movies, taking naps (me) and drinking wine (also me). We even had a Christmas morning walk with Ginger and George on a nature trail close to our house. All this despite the fact that I woke up with the beginning of a cold on Christmas Eve that's steadily gotten worse since.
Gregg is sick now, too. We're both feeling quite under the weather today, and the worst part is that his sister, nephew, niece, and niece's new husband are coming to town tomorrow to visit for a couple of days. They're staying in a hotel which I'm thankful for. I really don't feel up to having company at all much less overnight guests. If they hadn't already booked rooms I would suggest they come some other time. Gregg is running a fever now and I can't seem to shake a headache.
I'm hoping we'll both feel at least a little better by tomorrow. We've been looking forward to seeing the family and I hate for it to be spoiled by illness. And this is no way to ring in the new year!
oh shit! holidays are no time to be sick! xmess day was like yours, movies and naps and wine and lasagna. get well soon!ReplyDelete
Oh dear! Hopefully you won't feel quite as bad anymore by the time your visitors arrive. And for the start of 2020, all symptoms will be largely gone, I hope; still a few days until then.ReplyDelete
I hope it is just one of those 24 hour bugs.ReplyDelete
Poor you. At least you managed the big day OK. If I was you, I'd tell them you're in no state to receive guests. They'll understand.ReplyDelete
It’s so hard to be a good host when feeling lousy. Hope you have quick healing.ReplyDelete
Oh. crud! Hope it’s a 24-hour thing and you’re both quickly well again.ReplyDelete
That sounds miserable. Please take care of yourselves!ReplyDelete
Ahhh the dreaded lurgy, I hope that it passes soon...ReplyDelete
May 2020 be better for you.ReplyDelete