Monday, January 13, 2014

Blah and MMMM

So this last weekend was a total bust.  I got sick again on Friday night.  Aches, stuffed up, blah.  It lasted all of Saturday and by Sunday morning I felt somewhat better. This had better not mean I'm allergic to weekends.
Because I felt like crap, I didn't do much.  Nick and Turbo went cross-country skiing on Saturday morning.  They had a blast.  Turbo is raring to go again, but snow conditions are less than optimal. The rest of Saturday was all about Lego Marvel Superheroes.  Turbo is about two thirds of the way through the game right now.  It is semi interactive, in that I get to look up how to find certain things on line and let him know where to go and what to do while he plays.
Sunday, Nick went ice fishing, got a bite but caught no fish.  It was really windy so the fish weren't biting. They had fun hanging out though.
Sunday for the rest of us was a repeat of Saturday, but I could breath and I played Lego Indiana Jones with Bruiser. I was a total blob under my nice warm cuddly blanket.  I fell fine now but this getting sick on the weekends could get old really fast.
Today, I'm using the programmable function on the crock pot for the first time. Kind of excited about it.We might just have not over cooked food tonight. Chicken Parmesanish type dish.  Since the chicken isn't breaded and fried, it's not really Chicken Parmesan, but it should taste good.

And now for Monday's Music Moves Me:
The theme is Songs in the Key of your life.  What would your soundtrack sound like?

High school was all about rock and roll, hair bands and late 80s music:

Def Leppard Pour Some Sugar on Me pretty much sums it up.

Then I went to college and met Nick.  We were together for 5 years before we got married. Shania Twain's Your Still the One is definitely our song:

Now we are all about getting out and finding dirt roads to trundle down.  Brad Paisley's Mud on the tires is how we are now:
That is a sampling of the songs of my life.  There are more, but I always draw a blank when I have to choose songs.  I like so many and so many speak to me.

So how was your weekend?  What songs would be on your sound track?


  1. Good songs! Sorry you got sick. I know two other people who were sick this weekend too. I am staying one step ahead of it. Every time my throat starts to hurt, I go hardcore on the vitamin C and it seems to be working. We'll see how long I can stave it off.

  2. Oh being sick is the worst, especially not being able to breath. Hope you feel better soon.

  3. I have been sick for two freakin' week. I know it stinks! The cough has been the worst.

    Anyway, oh the '80's were so great and the music...just AWESOME! LOL

    I loved all your picks today. Brad P's song was new to me but I liked it too.

    Rock on! ~Naila Moon

  4. Well, if you had to be sick at least you chose good music to listen to!
    Hope you are feeling better soon.

  5. No getting sick! NOT ALLOWED! :) Well, get better quickly anyway! Love Brad Paisley what a fun video. Thanks for sharing, Shania & Def Leppard I think every one has a favorite or two of them. YOU SO ROCK.

  6. We spent the weekend at home watching football. I'm sorry to hear that you sick...again. DD#2 swears by Emergen-C and says she hasn't been sick since began taking it 2-years ago. I hope you're well soon. Get up & shake that bug right out of you! Thanks for hitting the dance floor and sharing your tunes on Monday's Music Moves Me!

  7. Glad you are feeling better and no, you are NOT allergic to weekends :)

    Shania's song is a wonderful one to have for you and your love.

    Thanks for the history of you.

  8. i love that someone else can go from rock to country in a matter of moments two of my favorite songs here . I am so hitting the dance floor


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