Love me for how I am or do not love me at all. This is the attitude I think we all adapt when we find ourselves sick, throwing our hands up in the air, resorting nothing is to get done other then the bare basics until feeling better once again returns to our body.
Rob also went along North of the Checkerboard with me this morning, as he had a scheduled Doctors appointment along with mine.
Once we had finished up at the Doctors, Rob took me downtown Wiarton to the Farmer's Market, as I had egg cartons for my friend, Anita of Dejong Acres Farm. Also my friend, Abby of Miners' Maple Products had something she wanted to discuss with me.
It was a nice change up for Rob to go along. He loves teasing the girls, so that probably made his day right there I am thinking. Poor girls.
I took some different shots at the Wiarton Farmer's Market this morning. I have been trying to change it up every week I stop on by there. I haven't missed a week yet since it has opened. Should I be getting myself my very own "spot" there permanently I wonder? Ha ! what would I sell? puppies and a smartie pants hubby? I think I might go broke.
Then the big secret why Abby wanted to see me.
Why on Earth would Abby do this? always a method behind the madness is there not? Abby would like me to choose a couple recipes from the cookbooks, make them and photograph them for Miners' Maple Products Facebook page. Really I am flattered that she thinks my food pictures are that good, but there are many days I think otherwise.
I can't wait to make this a project by tackling a couple of the recipes I have already picked out to try on my sister and brother-in-law who are visiting with us next week. It is always nice to have new Guinea Pigs to experiment with, is it not? especially when it is family members, as they still have to love you regardless of how the food turns out, do they not?
You know I really really hate wishing my life away, however when I am feeling sick I can't help but clock watch for the time to come around for when I take our Aussies out for the last time at the end of the day so I can go to bed. Sad but true. Actually not much different when I was sick and my boys were little. Amazing how us Mothers manage what we have had to get through some days.
I have two very big days ahead of me. I pray I am feeling, if not 100%, at least 75% better then I am at the moment, "Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard".