Monday Warm Up ...

As I sit here drinking my coffee and doing my post this morning I'm thinking about those of you living in snowy areas of the world. I'm pretty sure you would find these wrist warmers from Sheepish Knit pretty handy (no pun intended). Cozy, cute, and practical, right?

That nasty cold/sinus thing that's been going around finally caught up with me (more like got me in a head lock) over the weekend. Boo. Being delirious and feeling like you're floating are not my favorite things. Note to self ... slurring your words while cracking up for no real reason is not attractive. Think Liz Lemon on antihistamines.

10 comments:

Amanda Teal said...

Those are adorable! I want a pair!

Dancing Branflake said...

I can feel myself getting the cold as we speak, Boo indeed! Feel better soon.

An Invitation said...

Thanks for thinking of us :) I think I could definitely use some of those!

Ana Degenaar said...

I am so sorry you're feeling bad. I hope you get well soon, dear friend!
xx

rebecca said...

feel better. i would wear these inside!

Krissy Engle said...

I feel the exact same way! Super foggy! Did you watch Parks & Recreation last week where they all had the flu? So funny. Feel better, Haydee!

Brandi {not your average ordinary} said...

Stay under some warm covers and drink lots of tea. Wasabi always helps me when I'm congested too (knocks it right out of me). Feel better, Haydee.

TheBeautyFile said...

OMG. FEEL BETTER, Lemon!!! Poor thing...sick in hot weather is much worse than in the cold...you actually have a reason to want to get out of bed!!!

I love those wrist warmers. My wrists are the chilliest areas of my body, no joke. Especially good because I'm such a typing fanatic, I bet they'd come in really handy on a frozen keyboard...

La Feem said...

Poor thing, you know I've been dealing with it, I'm better but it's still in me! I want these, they're so cute!! xo

thais. said...

sorry to hear you're not your best. get better soon.

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