Sep 26, 2012

OEY

So sorry for the long absence, my dear friends.  This sickness has totally knocked me for a loop.  Truth is, I don't remember when I've ever been this sick for this long.

The good news is that I seem to have lost enough weight that I no longer qualify for my own zip code, but the bad news is that I haven't had a needle in my hand in over three weeks.

Please bear with me....I'll be back as soon as I can.  Thank you for all of your lovely thoughts.

Coni

P.S.  Both Stewey and Aunt Chrissy send their love and affection and promise that they will continue to take good care of me.

32 comments:

  1. Well that's a crummy way to end the summer. I hope you're getting stronger every day, and that you can grab that needle before too long. It's the pits to go that long without enjoying needle and thread. Take care and come back soon! Hi to Aunt Chrissy, and to Stewey from me and Bailey (the cat who doesn't like dogs...won't let me have one...but is outside so she doesn't know I'm posting salutations on her behalf_ :-D

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  2. Hi Coni,

    Still sending you good healthy wishes!!!

    Cynthia
    Who had a nasty chest cold for about 2 weeks and can understand even though I don't have a cute dog in a nurse's outfit!

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  3. Get well soon Coni. Prayers are being sent your way. Gotta say though, this doesn't sound like the best diet plan, particularly if you can't stitch! Take care of yourself and with the help of your nursing staff I'm sure you'll be stitching and blogging very soon.

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  4. I had pneumonia two years ago and I have NEVER been so sick. Hope you are back to your bawdy self in short order! I miss your humor.

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  5. I do hope you are feeling up to stitching soon Coni....in the meantime, you should check that Stewey isn`t finishing your current WIP...no opposable thumbs make for messy stitches! ;)

    Get better soon!!

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  6. Sorry to read that you are still not well. Hope you feel better soon.

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  7. Sending good wishes your way..miss the regular posts.

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  8. Wow....this has really sent you for a loop. I'm glad you're getting better...slowly but surely. Hug to you, Stewey and Aunt Chrissy

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  9. Thanks for the reassurance that you're (kind of) okay. Hang in there, baby. Lots of cool weather to enjoy!

    Cindy

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  10. Sure have missed you hun; hope your feeling better real soon and stitching up a storm...

    Hugs, Shar

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  11. Hope you're feeling better and better every day!
    Lee Anna (another Hoosier!)

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  12. Get well soon!! Sorry to hear you've been so sick....but happy to know that your nursing staff is taking such good care of you!
    Hope you get back to stitching real soon.... we all miss seeing your wonderful projects!

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  13. That sounds like one horrible flu! Get well soon!

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  14. I hope that you feel better soon Coni. Hugs to you Stewey and Aunt Chrissy.

    Colleen & Ms. MooMoo

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  15. Oh, so sorry you've been out of commission. Your blog is so enjoyable with your projects and great sense of humor. Feel better soon.

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  16. Soon enough you will be back in the stitchy chair. Hope your recovery continues to progress. Why hasn't Stewey learnt to stitch yet? Maybe he could help you out!

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  17. Sorry you have been so sick.... Praying for your returned good health. Glad you have Stewey, Aunt C and Bosco to take care of you. What a way to lose weight... Amy from Oklahoma

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  18. Miss Coni, I am a lurker on your blog and enjoy it very much. Please get to feeling better soon, we all need our chuckles. :)Jen

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  19. Deborah says.....

    Coni,

    I was wondering what happened and hoped it wasn't illness that was keeping you from posting. I only read your blog and one other and, oddly enough, you both stopped posting on the same day, so I've been terribly deprived for over 2 weeks now! I am so glad that you are feeling better. Get some good rest and know that, when you do return to full strength, your faithful readers will be right here.

    PS - I'm so glad that you have Chrissy, Stewey, and (let's not forget) Bosco to take good care of you.

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  20. Get better soon!!! Sorry to hear that you have been so ill.

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  21. Coni - Thank you for your post to allieve our fears of your sudden demise. We have missed you very much. I'm glad you are getting good care and hope that you will be up and at 'em soon.
    Hugs from Arizona,
    Pamela

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  22. Coni, You brighten my day. Please let me brighten yours. I'm just not as creative and amusing as you are... Feel better, soon.

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  23. I hope Nurse Stewey is taking good care of you. It only matters that you look after yourself and recover from your illness. We will still be here waiting for your return when you are feeling better.

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  24. I'm so glad to hear from you! I was really becomming quite concerned. I'm glad you are on the road to recovering, and look forward to when you have the energy to send out some more blogs. Please share my thanks to Chrissy, Stewey, and Bosco for taking care of you...and lets hope none of them come down with it. Stewey would never let us hear the end of that if it happened!

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  25. Get well soon. It's going around. I have asthmatic bronchitis and an ear infection. Not fun is it? Don't even feel like stitching.

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  26. Sorry you are still ill, hope you are better real soon. I am sure Stewey will take very good care of you. Maybe you should promise him a new jacket or something, just to make sure...LOL.

    Judy

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  27. Who knew that stitching takes so much energy? I get it completely - was quite sick last winter, had unplanned surgery - you'd think that sitting around recovering would be the perfect time to do tons of stitiching - but no!

    Glad you are on the mend

    Mary in MN

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  28. I am SO sorry you have been sick...and maybe even more sorry you have been unable to stitch! That is surely adding to your suffering! Please get well fast!

    Debbie in Kansas

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