Happy new week, everyone! I hope you are all doing well. I want to begin by thanking all of you for your kind messages and well wishes last week. I'm halfway through my medication and on the mend. Next week, after I'm done with all the pills, I hope that this infection is truly gone. Onwards and upwards...
What are you all up to these days? Please share in the comments. We had our first big snowstorm on Friday, so it looks like a Canadian winter outside. But it's not that cold, which I'm grateful for. I actually enjoy having snow on the ground. It brightens up the city, which otherwise looks grey and dull. Still...nothing beats my favourite season of the year: spring! I'm counting down to that.
I have nothing else to add at this time. Absolutely nothing. Zip. Zero. So let's get right to the funny stuff. Have a wonderful week ahead!
Heh..... like any sane person would be worried about gluten when there's all that refined sugar.....ReplyDelete
If you have a cat getting involved while wrapping presents, that explains why the tape and scissors keep disappearing. But you can't blame the cat, with a bunch of empty boxes presumably there to tempt it.
Glad to hear you're on the mend!
I never blame the cat! There's too much temptation around. How can it resist?Delete
I too could use an adult "elf on the shelf!" Glad you are feeling better.ReplyDelete
An adult "elf on the shelf" would be great!Delete
"Paws," LOL! And I need one of those Elf on the Shelf helpers too!ReplyDelete
I think all of us can use that type of Elf on the Shelf!Delete
I love the scared moviegoers afraid to climb trees now -- cue ominous music.ReplyDelete
HAHA! There always has to be ominous music.Delete
Funny! It is cold outside, I feel like hibernating.ReplyDelete
You and me both, Christine! I'd like to wake up in the spring.Delete
Good that you are feeling better. Stay warm and have a good week.ReplyDelete
Thanks, e! One day at a time.Delete
Thanks for the Christmas laughs, Martha. Love the reindeer with the zit. :-)ReplyDelete
I didn't miss this one. Still glad you're doing better.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Mike! You're on a roll.Delete
Glad you are on the mend. I hope you are fully recovered for Christmas. Best bunch of funnies- I love the Paws one and the one about the time spent removing cat from wrapping paper-very true. XOReplyDelete
I do hope I am fully recovered soon enough. It's a slow process but every step forward is good. I hope you and your gang have been enjoying a wonderful week. xoDelete
Happy to hear that you're feeling better. As always a fun look at the holiday season! I'm also looking for an Elf that cleans up the house. That would be perfect! Surprised you said it wasn't so cold there, we must be getting all the cold down here in Minnesota! It's even supposed to be cold in the very southern coastal states, those people are literally going to freeze. I feel so bad for the immigrants at the border, I'm sure many were thinking they would be in the US with friends and relatives for Christmas. I'm hoping that situation is worked out as quickly as possible. Makes me very grateful for all the comforts we enjoy here. Merry Christmas to you and your family Martha! ~ DianeReplyDelete
I can't imagine how hard it is for areas or individuals that are not used to and not equipped for the cold. My heart goes out to them. We do take for granted the comforts that we enjoy. We tend to forget how fortunate we are. Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas, Diane!Delete
Martha! Martha! Martha! Merry Christmas to you, my love. Don't tell, but I'm working right now. Yet somehow, I'm on my personal laptop visiting blogs. Hmmmmmm. I always love your funnies. All the cats and Christmas memes are funny.ReplyDelete
I didn't tell, Janie, and I hope you didn't get caught visiting blogs while you should be working! Thank you for the lovely wishes. Wishing you and yours the same, especially those sweet doggies of yours! xoDelete
So pleased that you are now halfway through your medication and on the mend ... good news:)ReplyDelete
Love the adult version of elf on the shelf ... wouldn't it be wonderful! LOL!
Have a good week and merry Christmas wishes.
All the best Jan
Thanks, Jan! I'm taking it one day at a time. Next week will show if I'm fully recovered or not. Fingers crossed it's over. Have a wonderful Christmas with your family. Wishing you all well!Delete
I'm glad you're feeling better.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Adam! One day at a time.Delete
glad to hear about your speedy recovery my friend ! may lord keep it this way and may you be healthy perfectly asap amen!ReplyDelete
i so enjoyed all the cat involved in present warping made me chuckle
hugs and blessing to you and family !
Thank you, my lovely friend. I really appreciate your kind words and I do hope that my health is sustained as I move forward. I hope you and your beautiful family are all doing well! Hugs and blessings to you!Delete