Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Thanks, I'm mending well

Thanks for the kind notes, thoughts, prayers, etc.  I am mending well from Swine Flu.  It comes on fast, but then it's over in a few days.  But the exhaustion last a while.

September has arrived, the weather here is cool and crisp.  Leaves just beginning to get started changing color.   I live in one of the most beautiful places on Earth.  Really.

Off to bed.

13 comments:

Jeremiah Andrews said...

I'm glad you are on the mend and getting better.

take it slow.

Jeremy

Ultra Dave said...

That is great news! Happy to hear to it! Hope you continue to recover.

Ur-spo said...

sweet dreams I hope

BentonQuest said...

Glad you are feeling better. Just don't go overworking and make sure you fully recover.

Peace and prayers.

Lemuel said...

I'll echo Benton's thoughts. Rest. Don't ruch back into the thick of things. Let the recovery take its course, so that you do not relapse. But such good news that you are getting better!! ...and as always continued prayers and good thoughtscoming your way from here. HUGS!

Java said...

So glad you're recovering. Daughter and husband have the flu here. She's pretty much over it, he's still dancing with it. I felt a little crappy yesterday, but am better today. I hope that's all the flu I get!

I live so close to you, relatively speaking, yet your weather is so much more favorable than mine. I should go visit you soon. Enjoy the beauty, my friend.

Jim said...

Take it easy! Still sending healing thoughts your way!

jim said...

Glad to hear you are feeling better.

Go easy and get your rest.

Neil said...

Congratulations on winning over the flu.

Birdie said...

Take care of yourself and hang on to that restored health. Having just left your area—now in Florida—I have to agree on its beauty. It is spectacular and ever-changing.

john said...

I'm glad you are mending!

Jeve (aka John and Steve) said...

Glad the swine is winding down. Gorgeous photo.

MICK said...

Get well soon, Joe!! Washing my hands now...well ok after I type this.

Looking forward to more pics from your 'adventures in the great Appalachians'.