Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Back on the mend

It's been a looooong time since Christmas.
Elizabeth had the flu for 4 days.
The Blacksmith came down with it Christmas night and is still not eating, but is feeling better. I am pretty sure I had a touch of it too, just not as severe as hubby.
One good thing, it cut down on holiday calories and it saved on the grocery bill.
Today the kids stayed with us while Mommy worked.
The boys got some outside time.
While Grandpa was out they played with their new sleds.
Sorry it's not a closer picture, I didn't have on shoes.

I found aunt Sarah's old toy cash register in the closet.
It kept them entertained for a few minutes.
I'm looking forward to having a healthier New Year.

10 comments:

Karen said...

Hoping everyone is feeling better -

I'm not even thinking about the calories I consumed this holiday season. *sigh*

katie said...

So happy everyone is on the mend.
I have a lot of friends who have had it. Hoping not to get it.
Happy New Year.

Annie Jones said...

Sounds like the bug I had the Monday before Christmas. We were lucky and no one else in the house caught it.

Glad everyone is starting to feel better now.

Rural Rambler said...

Glad everyBODY is getting better there! I still have a sickie here. I don't want whatever it is!

Deanna said...

Your post makes me glad I got my flu shot.

Hope everyone feels better and nobody else comes down with it for the New Year.

StitchinByTheLake said...

So sorry ya'll were sick - I hate that stuff! blessings, marlene

Zoey said...

It's no fun being sick on Christmas. I am glad to hear eveyone is on the mend.

Happy New Year to all of you.

Lynn said...

Im so sorry some of you family members got sick during Christmas I hope everyone is feeling better. Happy New Year!

Flat Creek Farm said...

Whatever it was, no thank you! Does NOT sound like a fun time :( Glad everyone is on the mend... stay well in 2011!! :) -Tammy

GardenofDaisies said...

Sorry to hear so many in your family have been unwell. Hoping everyone recovers quickly.
Best wishes for a wonderful 2011.