Sunday, March 15, 2009

Sunday Salon 15 III 2009






Good morning, fellow Salon Members! This has been a most discouraging reading week for me! I came down with the world's worst cold on Tuesday, and have had all of my energy sucked away and have only left the house twice since Wednesday, once for the doctor and then again last night, just to get out of the house - but then the simple fact of walking around the grocery store for about 45 minutes completely wore me out. Yeah, it's a sad state of affairs around here right now. But, you'd think with all this time at home that I would have taken advantage of it, and read book after book, right? Well, to be honest, that's what I thought too, but alas, no. I haven't even had enough energy to read. So, unfortunately, I will probably only be able to complete half my Miss Marple March. Oh well. I can say, however, that I have watched more TV in the last 4/5 days than I have in probably the last year.

So, hopefully everyone has had a much better week than I have. Happy reading, everyone!

4 comments:

Scrap girl said...

Hope your feeling better soon. Don't beat yourself up about not being able to read whilst you have been ill. Sometimes your body just needs to rest.

Vasilly said...

I hope you feel better soon.

Literary Feline said...

Good morning to you too! It's almost afternoon here in California. Just 15 minutes to go. I'm not sure why I'm telling you that either. LOL

I do hope you are feeling better. I was hit hard by a nasty cold too not too long ago, one that kept me away from reading as well. I still have the cough to show for it.

Take care of yourself!

Cindy B said...

I hope you're well again soon! We've all been sick too, but I did manage to get some reading in. Not all for challenges though. I tend to reread my favorites when I'm sick. But since I've been shuttling others to the dr, I do manage to bring a book along to the dr's office.

I got the Miss Marple mysteries with Joan Hickson from Costco last month - $35! totally worth it. I think we've finished all of them now. The last one we watched was, appropriately, Nemesis.