Thursday, November 20, 2008

Bye-Bye Bronchitis

Well, I've been out of touch because I've had bronchitis. I'm almost back to 100%, but it's taken a while. I usually will get bronchitis and just take an hour to two off of work, go to the doctor and get some medicine, and get right back to work. This was a little worse this time, I missed several days of work, would sleep 3-4 hours in the afternoon, could doze on the couch for a couple of hours in the evening, and coughed quite a bit during the night so I didn't sleep well. Kristen didn't get fed very well, but she sure had fun dragging lots of stuff into the living room to play with and making a big mess :) Thank goodness one afternoon my sister came and got Kristen for a while, fed her, washed her hair, then brought back a clean little girl to me. But we're getting back to normal now, just in time for her Nutcracker performance this weekend. She's had a lot of rehearsals, which also drained my energy even more going to and from those.

One day on the way to her rehearsal she said "do these sparkles make me look fat"? She was, of course, kidding. Another day while driving to rehearsal she sat there and recited practically an entire episode of Wizards of Waverly Place. This girl has a fantastic memory. They've been learning about indians all month in Kindergarten and tomorrow is Indian Day. Parents get to attend so I'm looking forward to that. I guess they'll learn to fish, grind corn, and I'm not sure what else. I'll try to remember to take my camera to get some pictures.

2 comments:

Debbie T said...

Bronchitis is NO FUN! I'm glad you're on the mend! Tomorrow is Thanksgiving dinner at the kids' school so I will be eating lunch with Anna's class. They are going to dress as Indians at lunch time -fun! Hugs, DebbieT

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