Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Home and Still Sick

You know when you're sick and really, really tired and the world feels too big and too fast and your email inbox is overflowing and you have 10 hundred million things to do and they all needed to be done last week and you're head is foggy from the cold medicine and you have a manuscript due in less than 60 days and the Spring 08 yarn needs to be shipped and you haven't seen you're friends in weeks and you feel like everything is never going to be okay again?

I've got that now.

But my mom came to help for a week so maybe it will be okay.

EDITED TO ADD: Just so everyone knows, my mom is one of those mom's that encourages her children to be healthy by denying that the are EVER sick. So there has been no chicken soup making going on around here.
She is the hardest working person I know though and she spent the day addressing mailing labels for the Spring 08 yarn shipment.

8 comments:

jenibug said...

Oh you poor thing! Feel better! And you can put the email I sent on hold if it helps...

I hate colds and how they make me feel. I am sending you warm fuzzy thoughts!

KarenHarveyCox said...

Oh, I hope you feel better. I just stopped over to see what was going on here. That is the worst feeling, but you just have to give in and rest. I was telling a friend who also has sheep about your gorgeous blog. Have a better day, and mom's and chicken soups always make things better. Karen

HODGEPODGESPV said...

YES...soo sorry, that hurt my head tooo!

--Deb said...

I'm sure Mom will make you feel better! And probably be REALLY helpful with the other stuff, too!

Maggie said...

Awww, Susan! Long-distance hugs coming your way. I hope you feel better soon!

Meg said...

I wish I could help! You should do an intern week, I would be happy to provide free labor, seriously.

Joanb said...

Oh Susan... what a terrible time you're having. Good that your Mom is there to take care of you, Mom's are great that way.
Get better soon, we're all sending healthy thoughts your way.

Perry said...

Gotta love a practical mom doing the things that need to get done for her dear daughter.

Addressing labels is a much better health-help than chicken soup. :)

Hope you're feeling a little less overwhelmed and better now!

-Perry-