Wednesday, 28 October 2009

Nasty Bug & Organised Bug

Ever since half-term began I've been fighting off the all over achey, coldy, lurgy thing. Yesterday we had a home day and as Mr Bun chose to work from home that day, it meant all meals were sorted by him and I could just be (apart from attacking all the nasty horrible ironing). At first I did inanely dull, but low energy stuff like organising the tangled web of coloured threads in my sewing tin.


Now these last few threads have been sorted I do look at them and think how nice they look - all tidy and ready. That's just not me really though, so I know there will be new threads that will make their own tangle soon.


Then I curled up to watch a movie with the Bun's who were having a cosy day too (they now have the lurgy aswell). I've been wanting to make these hearts for a while now. I can see a garland with Bobo Bun spelt out to hang over my stall. Then of course there are two girls who have been asking ever so nicely. I'm not sure I really like the colours, but it was a case of using up the cotton I have left.



While Mr Bun whipped up a tasty casserole for our evening meal, I pulled out last years stockings. Now the more I look at them I think I like them, but I don't go mad about them. I definately need to change the designs somewhat and move on to something else. The main problem is I don't know what as yet and there's oh - only four weeks before the next fair. Tons of time.


One year soon I must get my head around christmas in the summer as I prefer to be making the Bun's their presents now. How wonderful that would be to know all stock was made and lined up ready to go.


Now I can hear the kettle calling me to make hot chocolates all round., then I think a bit more flaking on the sofa is required.

Hope you've escaped the nasties.

17 comments:

  1. I know only too well that being ill is no fun, so how come you make it sound like something we'd all like to do now and then????

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  2. Sorry to hear you've been unwell, wishing you all speedy recoveries

    Victoria xx

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  3. There's a lot of bugs going around at the mo.Always seem to come at half-term.Hope you feel better soon.


    Bellaboo

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  4. I love the heart bunting idea, how fab. Hope you are feeling better soon

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  5. Flaking on the sofa with hot chocolates sounds like a fab plan - with marshmellows, whipped cream and a flake 'yyyuuuumm' and maybe a nip of something for that bug!!

    Hope your feeling better soon,

    Nina

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  6. I love the hearts, they'd make great little pot holders...
    hope you're feeling better soon. I swear by hot lemon, honey and fresh grated ginger with a healthy slug of whiskey, and sometimes I'm not even poorly!
    Have a great week, x

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  7. So sorry you aren't feeling well. Looks like you're doing all the right things, though . . . including letting the hubby pamper you. Love stockings, hearts, too! Feel better soon, Hon.

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  8. Had to comment to laugh and agree with pinkfairygran above! So true! Things always sound so sweet and cozy in your house.

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  9. I think the dreaded lurgy is doing the rounds this half term! hope you feel better soon.

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  10. How lovely those hearts are. I am so envious of everyone having the time to make things. Since redecorating the house began all my craft things have been packed away. I miss it but simply do not have the time at the moment or the space until my work room has been completed!
    I hope that you feel much better soon!
    Take care
    Isabelle x

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  11. Hope you're feeling better soon, lots of bugs going around at the moment. 4 weeks til your fair?? lucky you, only 8 days til mine! :)

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  12. So sorry to hear you're not well - hope you all feel better soon. I like the idea of using those pretty hearts for a garland for your stall! I'm never organised enough with the Christmas stock here either...stockings, puddings, reindeers all underway now with only the slightest feeling of panic! Take care, Rebecca x

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  13. I hope you're feeling better very soon.
    x

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  14. Oh, I like so much when a find, in a blog, some reference to Christmas.
    Alfazema

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  15. Hope you feel better soon - lots of sitting quietly on the sofa (with plenty of medicinal chococlate) is in order, I think.

    Pomona x

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  16. We have escaped lurgy-itis thus far, I just know we are going to pay for it with the super strength version sometime very soon, though I will probably just come and visit your lovely blog to ease away the suffering:))

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  17. Hi SweetiePie. Feeling any better? I have an award for you over at my blog, so please come by and pick it up when you feel up to it. (((hugs)))

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