Sunday, January 25, 2009

Ah, my generous family, they shared their cold germs.

Top ten things to do with a stuffy head, drippy nose, and achy body on a winter weekend

10. Keep tissue box handy at all times.

9. Eat grapefruit for breakfast.

8. Drink lots of liquids (coffee du jour: Harry & David's Roasted Chestnut).

7. Fill and plug in vaporizer.

6. Tuck in under blanket.

5. Drink more liquids (cranberry grapefruit juice).

4. Take extra vitamin C and Airborne.

3. Plan cold-fighting supper: chicken soup in crockpot.

2. Read blogs while drinking more liquids (orange spice tea).

1. Take a nap. And another nap.

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Blogger Lisa said...

I feel your pain!!

1/25/2009 6:47 PM  
Blogger Cajoh said...

Those are good things to do. If you want to try some new ones, try my home remedies:

Hope you get better soon,

1/25/2009 6:55 PM  
Blogger Sharon said...

Hope you're feeling better. It's awful to be sick on a week-end.

1/25/2009 9:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ugh--how miserable. Hope it passes soon.

1/26/2009 8:28 AM  
Blogger raqgold said...

oh, the kids were down with cold these past week, too. and though they are now back to school, they are still sniffing.

take a warm bath with eucalyptus oil, it helps, too

1/26/2009 9:30 AM  
Blogger Melanie Lynne Hauser said...

I'm a big fan of the zinc tablets - either Cold-Eze, or Zicam. Hope you all feel better!

1/26/2009 11:11 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

I'd love to have the recipe for the chicken soup in the crockpot.
Thanks, eileenb

1/27/2009 11:23 AM  

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