Friday, November 6, 2009

I think there may be...

...H1N1 in our house.  Now I'm going to have to stay home and sew.

And bake.


(Recipe over here.)
Have I mentioned that I hate the new Blogger editor?

And knit.
Knitting Season!

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27 comments:

Amber said...

Oh - hoping everyone feels better soon! But staying home and sewing sounds pretty fun (minus the sickness of course).

Thimbleanna said...

Yikes! I hope you're all better soon!

Dee said...

We've had different degrees of it here off and on the last month...oldest lost 4 & 1/2 days!

Sewing, knitting, drinking warm liquids, and resting sound pretty good to me right now!

Virtual chicken soup your way and may all be restored to health soon!

SewCalGal said...

Sorry to hear H1N1 has reached your home. I hope you stay healthy and those in your home, with H1N1 feel better soon.

In the meantime...have fun staying home! If you have any tricks for doctoring up basic cake mixes, to make cupcakes, I'd love to hear your tricks.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Cathy said...

Bless you hearts! We've had it here too but not everyone. The first wave was in July and then I had the regular flu acouple of weeks ago. Drink lots of fluids!

Sunshine said...

I don't like the new blogger editor either, I switched right back after trying it. The photos aren't staying where they're supposed to, it's a nightmare!

Kaye Prince said...

Oh no! I hope everyone is feeling better soon - great excuse to do some baking and knitting though! :)

Sew It Up! said...

Join he club. Hoping you and your family get better soon. The bread look delicious!!

Sarah said...

Good on you for looking at the bright side of life.

karenfae said...

sorry to hear the flu has made it to your home - I hope you all come through with the least amount of trouble.
Karen
http://karensquilting.com/blog/

nicolette said...

H1N1... we call it The Mexican Flew... lots of people are infected here.

Take care, hope you will all soon feel better!

Blue Is Bleu said...

Oh ugh I really hope not :( Hope everyone feels better real soon!

Cheryl Arkison said...

Yech, take care.

Annie of Blue Gables said...

What is the new blogger editor? I see you are with blogspot.com
Mine seems the same.
I am sorry you are sick. Get well soon.
xxoo
~a

Tammy (Mom to this crazy bunch) said...

Yes, we had it here about 6 weeks ago... all the kids plus me and dad... it was... interesting. Hope you feel better soon and the banana bread photo is mouth watering!

Kieny The Dutchlady said...

Hope you will all be feeling healthy again soon. Take care!
You can switch back to the old Blogger editor, that's what I did.

Mama2KBR said...

Ugh! I'm sorry that it has caught your house!! We've got sickly ones here. 2 of the 3 kiddies are sick.

That banana bread looks YUM! Guess what I'm going to buy when I go to the store this weekend? Mmmmmm!

Terriaw said...

Oh dear, I hope no one in your house has it! Good idea to bake and knit! That would definitely make me feel better.

SheilaC said...

I got the H1N1 last week, and was sick the entire week.... I live in NH and work in a middle school and an elementary school.... I was destined to get it since the vaccine is so scarce right now.

Feel better soon!!

Sheila

shecarita(at)yahoo(dot)com

Sew Create It - Jane said...

Hope you are on the mend soon! Keep warm, plenty of fluids and lots of sewing :o)

Kim D. said...

Sorry you are sick, I hate the new blogger editor also.
I pop over here every now and then and I noticed you wanted a tutorial for a cathedral window. You can find one here. Enjoy..
http://hyena-in-petticoats.blogspot.com/2007/08/cathedral-window-quilt-tutorial.html

julieQ said...

Sorry about the touch of flu...but hope it is all fun in the end!!

Mama Urchin said...

Is it you or one of the guys? I hope you all are feeling well very soon. Make sure you get lots of rest between the sewing and knitting.

Lois Grebowski said...

Yikes... sliding virtual homemade chicken soup through the monitor for y'all...

HUGS!

Brittany said...

I saw your post below about a cathedral window. My mother who passed away when I was 12 left me her queen sized cathedral window in her will. It was basically the only nice thing she could leave me. I treasure it like nothing I've ever owned. I think you should go for a big one. What if it's the only one you make? Your posterity would appreciate it just as I do mine. Anyways, thought I would share my ideas on your project. Maybe I'll tackled one myself someday but I'm not one to jump on a completely hand sewn project.

Katherine said...

Take care! I hope you're all back to good health in no time.

amandajean said...

what are you knitting???