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I had a post all planned out for this week. I was going to tell you why I haven't made any progress on the telephone table then share what I did work on.

But this morning I woke up with what feels like the flu. I'll see a health care provider this afternoon but in the meantime, I'm laid out on the couch, coughing and feeling pretty yucky.

Bear with me as I strive to get better. You'll find me under the heap of blankets with a washcloth on my forehead.

See you later,
Cecilia

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  1. Get well Cecilia! There's sure a lot of bad stuff going around.

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    1. Thanks Stacey. Fortunately it's not the flu! Just a very nasty cold. Ugh.

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  2. Feel better soon, Cecilia! Looking forward to seeing how you finished the telephone table! Take care and drink plenty of fluids!

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  3. Boo! So sorry you aren't feeling well. Hope you feel better soon!

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  4. I'm so sorry to hear you're sick! I sure hope it isn't the flu. I'll keep you in my prayers. There has been so much sickness here lately...partially due to the pollen in the air or the constantly changing temperatures! I have been sick with a cold for 3 weeks. I went to the Dr and they assured me it would resolve itself, but I am so over it! We have been super busy after work getting some last minute things done for Miranda's visit home with her boyfriend. We pick them up Monday! So...illness, busyness, and exhaustion leads to no time to blog. I really want to share my pantry remodel too! Anywho, sorry so longwinded...lol! I do pray you feel better soon. Take it easy and take advantage of having a good excuse to rest.

    Hugs, Vicky

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  5. Hope you are up and about soon. Take care of yourself!

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  6. Oh, icky! So sorry to hear you're under the weather. I hope Herbie and Buddy are treating you well! Get better soon!

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  7. Oh no Cecilia!! I'm so sorry :(. So many people are sick. I was hoping to come here and see yet another one of your lovely projects! Please take care of yourself and above all, listen to your body. Lots of liquids!

    Geez, don't I sound like your mother??!

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