Four weeks of coughing.
Two, two hour trips to the Walk-In Clinic. (We are definitely in the big city now!)
Two rounds of antibiotics.
One song that made me laugh out loud while waiting. Thank U Alanis.
Thank you walk-in clinic.
Here’s the first line of the song:
“how bout getting off all these antibiotics”
Here’s the link
I love coincidences. Thanks God for the laugh.
I grew up in a pretty red-necked town in the north. The term “blue blazer” was not used very often, but whenever we heard: “It’s a blue blazer folks” on the radio, it got us pretty excited.
Now that I am a “southern” Okanagan girl these blue blazers are aplenty.
What did we do on this blue blazer Canada Day?
Yup, those are my big boys running through the sprinkler in their underwear!
We bought an emergency t-shirt for little OC, as he pooped up the back while we were visiting the “new” house still under renovation. This hasn’t happened to us in a loooong time.
Lastly, I gave my seven potted plants some loving care. I can’t wait to take my pots to the new house. You can see my mom’s beautiful garden/pergola/deer repellent in the background. It is amazing what a little bit of colour will do for a yard, for my sense of peace and sense of home.
Oh ya, I also wiped a lot of snot. Do we seem to be the only ones with a summer cold? Snot and coughing seem to be on the agenda for us these days.
Hahahaha… I laughed out loud this morning when I looked out the window.
Last night at 6pm, we have friends over to play in the backyard in the sandbox and tree fort(sans mitts, snow pants, boots…).
Twelve hours later we have this:
Hmmm, time to get the snow shovels out again.
God, I love you. Snow is an incredibly powerful, purifying symbol. Thanks for the reminder (and the laughs!)
Off to play in the snow (and encourage some very depressed neighbours!)
Here’s what we ended up making today: