I live in the heartland, the land of limestone, "somewhere in the middle," - you know the place that John Mellencamp put on the map. He lives so close we are nearly neighbors. These are my thoughts, opinions, my life. It is called Hoosier Hospitality.
I got home from my trip last night and I am sick. I spent the day putzing about which is one of my favorite things to do. Spent a lot of time on Pinterest and Facebook. Listened to this lovely cd (Windham Hill Christmas) which was a gift from my daughter. She bought several items from my Amazon wish list for me for Christmas.
I woke yesterday a.m. with a cold and cough. I left MD at 9:30 a.m. and took my time coming home. Finally stopped at a Walgreen's somewhere in Ohio. The pharmacist I spoke with was from a small town near to where I live. I ate cough drops until I couldn't eat any more. We returned the rental car and I headed to bed.
Doug worked today so it was just me and Chelsea and the cats. When I walked Chelsea it about did me in. We have so much snow it makes it difficult for a Corgi to potty. She hops through the snow like a bunny. I am eager to welcome the New Year. But a little sad to put the year of Paris behind me. (And the last month of my Paris calendar.) Be safe. Be warm. Don't drink and drive. xoxoxo