My father-in-law was also out grocery shopping and sent T some sweets for me, too. A pyramid raspberry mont blanc... fancy schmancy (I don't know what it is but it's sweet!) Unfortunately, I can barely taste anything except salty things so, the ice cream was cold but I could taste hints of sweet sugary goodness, the donuts I could taste (maybe cause they weren't cold?) and the raspberry I could almost taste. So I am saving it until I regain my sense of smell and taste.
The rest of Saturday we ate pizza and watched some football. I started feeling a lot better which was really nice.
Sunday I woke up painfully early because I was coughing. So I was able to spend about thirty minutes just browsing around the Internet world with a cup of coffee. I wasn't feeling ultra good but it was still nice. Then everyone else got up and T took the boys to check on some things around the place and I ended up taking Rose to town to get some feed and eye patches. (yep, still doing eye therapy and it's going good.) I don't know if I'm not supposed to take zyrtec with coffee but I got really woozy both Saturday and Sunday when I did. So, I'm going to avoid doing that again. It was weird.
Sunday was good to me. We went for a walk and although it made feel physically bad because I was right in the middle of a bunch of weeds setting off my allergies I really enjoyed being out with my family. T and I talked about our future house and I'm pinning away ideas. Sunday seemed like a really long day (probably because I woke up so early). I made some soup I'd been craving for supper. We all loved it and I don't have any leftover for lunch today. After we put the kids to bed T and I played dominoes and watched Sunday night football. I won. Then I went to bed. The end.
Only, it's not. Now Rose is sporting a faucet nose and cranky.... it's probably going to be a long day. Thankfully I know how she feels and am being very sympathetic and compassionate. I might do the minimal as far as housework. Cuddling is a far bigger priority than laundry today. (and it always should be...)