Saturday, March 13, 2010

Vitamin C

It's that weird time of year when the Spring season pops its head in the door to remind you it's right around the corner, yet doesn't actually drop in for long before ceding back to the chill, and you let your guard down and stop wearing hats and gloves, and everyone at work is sick, and next thing you know you've got this funny feeling in the back of your throat.... Well, normally I don't get sick from others, and I will go with wet hair in an ice storm (cold does not make you sick, germs do) but this winter I have had one really bad cold, and a couple of yucky under-the-weathers.  Prevention time?  Maybe.  So I am trying to remember my Vitamin C, or perhaps I'll just take a picture instead.  I think creativity heals all.  :)

17 comments:

Lori said...

Your pictures are beautiful. I'm a new fan, both here and on your FB fanpage.

Hope you're feeling better soon.

Lady Ren said...

totally agree- germs cause sickness not cold- Lovely photo

sMacThoughts said...

Lori .... thank you, and I am following your blog as well and even ventured in to read the Living Chronically blog (which I have been reading for the past 45 minutes, and I'm much in awe of you.) I'm actually fine now; just being preventative since this season I had a few 'things'.


Lady Ren ..... thank you!

Brigita said...

Thanks for your comment on my post. You have a wonderful blog. I'm following you now. :-)

sMacThoughts said...

Thanks Brigita, welcome!

Beth Crocker said...

I SOOOO know what you mean! It's been a while since you were down here I think, but remember how the dogwoods will bloom in February or March (as they are now) then a cold snap kills off all the flowers?

sMacThoughts said...

Golly, no, I can't remember that, Beth... with age, my memory is fading! Have not been down there since the 80's!

Lisa at Visual Journey Photo said...

Yes, creativity is the best medicine!

I like your profile. :) I have a one-eyed dog and a three-legged cat. Neither is slowed by their oddities. In fact, the cat is named Fred because he's as graceful as a dancer, and the dog can snatch cheese out of the air faster than anybody.

sMacThoughts said...

OH Lisa, how wonderful!!! Thank you for telling me!

red-handed said...

Halibut oil. Trust me.

sMacThoughts said...

Uhhhh, redhanded, can I just eat the halibut? :)

Wendy said...

What a very true post! Glad to have found your blog today :)
Wendy

sMacThoughts said...

thank you, Wendy and welcome!!

Victoria Bennett Beyer said...

I know what you mean; the weather has been playing trick or treat here, too. LOVE the image.

sMacThoughts said...

Thank you, Victoria. Seems every year the weather gets more and more wacky, but this time of year, the back and forth thing seems pretty consistent!

Dean Grey said...

sMacThoughts!

I only like my orange juice freshly squeezed!

-Dean

sMacThoughts said...

Fancy!! :)