Oh oh -- the dreaded cabin fever?
Shack Wacky, fun way of putting it, and I know it isn't fun. Sorry that you caught the bug. I hope the remnants don't hang on long.
Maybe open the window, look out the doorway, smell that cold air, and keep warm till that bug has flown the coop. Love that title for today.. Cheers to all, Jean.
Cabin fever? You must be feeling better.
Oh oh... That's a horrible feeling to have!
I have never felt like this before. It's awful to be cooped up! Let me break free and fly like a bird!!!Sorry, got carried away for a minute...oh well, just watch the Olympics!
I'm sorry you're stuck inside. This, too, shall pass.Love,Janie
interesting term, I may have to use it myself. Hope you are feeling better and can get out soon!
Are you snowbound, or are you flu bound, or both? I'm so sorry! I was giving Ron some of the concoctions that people have given me to get over colds and such. But I'm thinking you have the flu. For colds, my Dad swore by a good slug of scotch, and then under the covers with a hot water bottle. I haven't tried that one! Duh, Louise ~ Shacky Wacky ~ you're housebound! On the way to being bushed! Have a double slug of scotch, go under the covers, and when you reappear spring may have sprung! Your groundhog promised spring soon after all! Feel free very soon!
Those containers are used for housing now, albeit with more holes cut in them. I think it's pretty nifty.I first saw it on HGTV. Hope you're coping with the flu.
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