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Monday, January 19, 2009

I got me some antibiotics

If you are one of my friends who has had to endure talking to me in the last few days, you know that I'm suffering from something. It's not so bad that I have to go to bed, but I sure don't feel good. I've junked through it, created through it, worked at my real job through it, yada yada yada. But it finally got to me and I broke down and headed for the doc today. Sure enough, I've got Bronchitis... again, and thankfully, an antibiotic. So hopefully I'll be ship shape in a couple of days. HOPEFULLY!! I can't talk easily, and for me, that's a problem. I love to talk! But it's just so hard, and I am thankful to live in a time where there is help for me. I often wonder, when I get sick, and don't get well without a doctor, what they did 100 years ago? would I be down all winter? would I have died as a child when I had pheumonia 3x in 1 winter? Would I be so damaged by respiratory illnesses that my life would be limited? Maybe so, but I live now and there is help, and so I'm on board and ready to get back to it.

On the Junkin front
I've lowered the price of the calendars and I have only 5-6 left. You can order yours by clicking the link to the right.

Don't forget to keep checking my online instructions (see right) I'll be adding some new ones as soon as I can. I am also planning on doing one with the full soldering technique at some point soon. And I am also playing with the idea of kits for the China Swags. Where you can order the base and spacers and all you have to supply is the talent.

but for now, I'm going back to bed.



Primitiques 'n Poetry said...

Ha! Love the picture! Sorry to hear about your health, glad to hear about the drugs. Take care of you. And my bet is, while resting, you'll come up with some new creation. ha! ~Mindy

Kudzu said...

I hate to hear that, my grandson has bronchitis right now, too. I don't remember how many times he's had it this year! And me,too, since last March, I've taken so many antibiotics and had so many shots and been given so many inhalers!
Just take it easy, rest. Have someone make you chicken really DOES work..and serve you in bed. And sweet hot tea in a china cup...just because it'll make you feel better and I like sweet hot tea when I'm sick :D
I'm with Mindy, you'll come up with lots of new ideas, so have someone bring you a notebook and pen! LOL


Hi Margo! Sorry to hear you have been feeling bad. Take those antibiotics and get better soon! Remember -- Lillie's grand opening of her new store is this Saturday. Get plenty of rest so we can see you there!

Lorri said...

Get well soon! I just got over it myself. Take care and drink lots of juice.

Tolentreasures said...

Take care, I just finished my second prescription of antibiotics trying to get rid of it.


Debi said...

Margo dear,
I hope you get to feeling better,
hubby has the same crud, he broke down today and went to doc too. Got antibotics, and hopes to feel better soon! I hope the same for you!
I stopped by to let you know that I put a picture of your door project from last year. A friend was needing ideas of what to do with doors. I hope you don't mind. Please come on over let me know if I goofed.
I hope your having a wonderfully blessed day dear.
Debi xo

misselaineous said...

Hey Margo, Sorry to hear you're feelin' bad. And we are fortunate to have things available to cure our ills. My Aunt Josephine died @ 37...complications of diabetes. When do you hear of poeple dying from that now?? My mother had polio the year I was born. Recovered and went on to live to almost your antibiotics, curl up in a nice warm spot, and get well soon! Stop over to my blog when you get a minute...I'll be sending you a get well "bouquet"...*elaine*

Junk Palace said...

Sorry to hear you are under the weather. Take care of yourself so you can get out there and do some junkin! Hope to see you Saturday for my Junk Palace opening.

Jill said...

Get better! I always think about that too--what would have happened 100 years ago?!?!

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