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17 December 2011 @ 01:55 am
 
I'm back home now. I think Sir Muggzzey the Snuggly Pug appreciates having his human back, if flopping immediately onto my bed, rolling around and demamding to be cuddled is any indication.

Was still feeling a few steps closer to death until a few hours ago. I didn't notice the change until a moment ago, but I'm able to breathe and I haven't coughed in an hour. I'm not on any decongestants. Hopefully that means I'm on the mend! I'd love to not be ill for the holidays.

My brother gets back tomorrow night. Yay! It was around this time last year (the 19th) that we were both stuck in my hometown in England together, stuck until Christmas Day when we were finally able to travel home and get one hour at home. (I really shouldn't call it my 'hometown' anymore.) I love knowing I'll be around home for the approach of the holidays and the knowledge that I'll make it to both Christmas Eve services again.

Today I was allowed to come home, flop and be a bum. It was nice. I finished catching up with The Good Wife, which is bittersweet becuase now I have to wait for new material. Tomorrow, though, I'll have to get back on track. It's time to write up another sparkly rainbow To Do List and get to it.

For now I am passing out, because I absolutely did not get enough sleep last night. (: I hope you all are keeping well! ('Catch up on LJ' will definitely be on the TDL; I have all my flist bookmarked by entry in a folder.)
 
 
 
tt: ZZZtwisted_twister on December 19th, 2011 08:01 pm (UTC)
Good to read that you are feeling better. I know I don't always comment, but I do care.

Have a great holidays season - whatever it is you celebrate (not sure I understood if you celebrate Christmas at all, because you mention church, but also a female god, if I remember well...)
Kiwi Crocus: Seasonal || Let it snow.cranky__crocus on December 19th, 2011 10:03 pm (UTC)
I celebrate Solstice as far as beliefs (the changing of seasons and the longest night bridging us into the light's return) and Christmas as far as tradition (in that my family has always celebrated it with gifts and being merry, although we are not religious in the slightest). I am not one for The God Concept(s), though I think if I were, it would probably be with a goddess - I can't be sure. I go to church every week but I would not consider myself 'religious' - my religion is Unitarian Universalism, so we don't all share the same belief system beyond respect, compassion and awareness in life.

And thank you! I'm pleased to be feeling a bit better, although I've woken up with a cold-sore today, which is a bummer. =( Hopefully I'll have ditched it by Solstice!