The 17th & 18th; I worried about the colour of my phlegm.

January 19, 2016 — 1 Comment

The 17th of January. 

Not super-exciting day. I’m nearly back into my normal sleep pattern, I just have to fight the urge to ignore my alarm when it comes to morning. 

I watched Sunday Brunch while I did a blog post, then went through three of Mommy’s food magazines, marking the recipes I want to eat. Mainly stuff involving root vegetables, my go-to food when it’s freezing. Those and beans on toast, which I had for lunch. More snow today, proper snow this time, not just a heavy frost. 

After hairwash, I crocheted all afternoon, working in the second thing for Suzi, which I should have done by the end of tomorrow. I worried about the colour of my phlegm (delightful, I know) because it’s definitely yellow today, but I don’t feel any different. I really hope it was just a blip because I am supposed to be getting better. I cannot afford to have coloured junk coming up from my lungs now of all times! 

The 18th of January. 

I have felt kind of floopy all day. My back is painful again so that is irritating, but I have the chiro on Wednesday so Trine can fix me again then. Thank god for that woman. 

It’s been another crochet day – second project done! I’ll get a box tomorrow after my fringe trim so I can pop them in the post. I watched the last two episodes of season 2 of Pretty Little Liars while I worked, and that was very dramatic. Also dramatic was the second episode of season 3 of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D – if you watch it, you’ll know what I mean. So stressful. 

That is pretty much it, I have to say. I’ve been in a shawl all day because it’s still awfully cold, and I’m thinking hard about things I want for my birthday. Anything from the Moomin shop, coffee, baked goods, fancy wool, jelly babies, cute nail vanishes, pictures of dogs. It’s so difficult to come up with things!

One response to The 17th & 18th; I worried about the colour of my phlegm.

  1. 

    Happy Birthday, Kathryn. I grew up in Erdington (now live in Canada) and enjoy reading about your trips to places I remember. But most importantly, I enjoy reading about you. Hope you have a great day and year. Ann

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