Wednesday, March 06, 2013

One step forward and one step back...

Hi all and a very happy wednesday!

I am still not well, it´s really so boring to be ill for a whole week and not feeling "super". I went out yesterday with Nemo, Johan and our friend and his little son and visited a small zoo and playground, but that wasn´t such a good idea since in the evening I got a fever again. I guess I want to be well to fast but now I´ll take it easy and let my body heal. Just boring to be ill when I have things to do for the baby´s arrival. And the sun is shining so lovely outside;=)

Well, I´ll be fine soon and until then - rest! And do some more stuff for my book, fun!

Oh, and another thing; We started following a new TV series, me and Johan, HELL ON WHEELS. I like it! Have any of you seen it?

ENJOY your day, my dear ones and hope the sun is shining on you too!


Unknown said...

Take it easy, Anette Hope you get well
Enjoy your day :)

Lucinda said...

I understand, this can't be nice :/ Well I'm sure your whole family is here to help you a great deal before the baby arrives, and as you said, if the body gives you warnings like that, you just need to listen to it and give it a rest.

TV series and soup (well, chocolate too!) are the best for this ;)

Good luck, Anette!!

Unknown said...

Hope you get well soon ;-) I am ill also :-( And I know - it is very very boring to be ill!
I have not seen this serial. But I want to watch it ;-)
Enjoy this day!
Lots of love and hugs to you!

Luuh (Lucas Pereira) said...

Hello Dear Anette. Its sad to know that you still ill, and as you are a little impatient with it, I know that its seems worse, but dont worry, just rest and eat health food, it qill help.... :) Wish you all the best!

Nalon said...

Hello Anette,

You love the well risk?;)
You've posted on Instagram a photo of your shoes and they are written but not right for such a cold day.

Even if the sun promises a warm day. Should always be a little cautious, especially if you had only recently have high fever.
But fresh air always helps. When next time only dress warmly.;)

And write really makes fun. Your family will keep you safe like to move everything ready for your baby.
Step by step and no panic now. ok?!:)

And thanks for the TV series, but there are none on the channels I can receive. But right now I look more DVD because my ads go on the nerves.

Have a peaceful day.


P.S: I have read from the book "Fifty shades of Grey". It´s nothing for me too. And I do not really read it to the end. There's really different and better books.

LindaS said...

I haven't seen it, but since I'm not into "The Walking Dead" like everyone is, maybe I'll give this a watch.

Rest and get well dear Nettie!


AnwynAlene said...

I hope you start feeling better! I've watched the first two seasons of Hell on Wheels and I really enjoy it. I can't wait for season 3 to start. Isn't Cullen Bohannon badass!? Love him.

Enjoy your day!

Anonymous said...

Oh, a western! I usually don't like westerns... I'm Native American so I guess I see a different side of the story. 99.6% of us were killed by the immigrants, not in wars where we were armed but in massacres, ambushes in the dead of night where we couldn't defend our wives and children. I guess I don't like how modern day "Americans" rewrite history and pretend all of that didn't happen. (Or that they're not still killing us--they are. But they do a good job of keeping it off the news.)

But Eddie Spears is in this series, huh? He's a GOOD actor. I've been to his reservation before and everyone is so proud of him. I'm glad he's getting the work!