Catching Up

I missed doing a post yesterday, and this one won’t be long. I’ll be back on track tomorrow with my Sunday Morning Coffee post.

I’ve been fighting something–a cold, laryngitis, cough. No fever, but it’s wearing me out. It has slowed me down, and I doing everything I can think of to get rid of it–except going to the doctor. Since there’s no fever, I’m pretty sure I’ll be told it’s just a virus and to do what I’m already doing, which is all the old-fashioned home remedies your mom used on you, including a mixture of honey and lemon that my husband just brought me 🙂 This seems to be an annual event for me, one I would be very happy NOT to indulge in again!

I hope, if you’re a steady reader, that you are enjoying this final trip through the book of Isaiah as much as I am. It is easy to become discouraged, isn’t it? There’s not much right going on politically, although there has been a resurgence in our economy and progress in some other areas. But it isn’t over until God says it’s over, and I’ve read the back of the book–and we win 🙂

2 thoughts on “Catching Up

  1. Some others I know have this too. I had a stomach thing last week myself. I can’t take meds, I normally don’t drink but I have a bottle of bourbon whiskey for cough medicine should I need it. No, I don’t cough a lot, lol. I make homemade cough syrup of mostly honey, with about a tablespoon of whiskey, 1/2 tsp of olive oil and 1/2 tsp of apple cider vinegar. I stopped using lemon because I never usually have it around fresh when I need it. I can’t use the bottle for the sulfites. Good luck & God bless. Last year I was so sick with bronchitis I made a toddy from green tea, honey and tiny amount of Whiskey. I did feel better.

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