SEC Basketball

I had originally titled this post “aachy, cranky, and sniffly”, but I’ve changed it because I don’t want to be a “hiney, winey wife” a term one of my oldest and dearest friends uses (and she will probably read this).

I will look at this “down time” as a chance to get to watch the SEC Basketball Tourn. 

Having said all that:

A cold has infiltrated our home.  First the husband was sick, then lil k and now it has hit me.

I just wish I could sleep it off. 

My current favorite thing to help when you are achy, cranky, and sniffly.

Vanilla Hot Cocoa

Yummm….go ahead and get some next time you are at the store.  

Back to the box of tissues (and the couch). 

Oh…my other favorite thing today:  SEC Basketball – KY and Miss St. are playing right now.  Im rooting for KY (remember in a previous post we saw them play Ole Miss).


1 Response to “SEC Basketball”

  1. 1 Eric 10 March, 2007 at 10:42 am

    Can you catch a cold from reading other blogs? The Bug is going around here too. Picked it up today. My wife says I whine like a baby when I am sick..


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