Me time

Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:16 PM
I have to spend one week on my own, reason serious but not relevant (acute bronchitis with infection on my upper lungs). I cannot be very much active (lack of breath), but beside resting I thought I could allocate some time just for me, which after all isnt't such a bad idea.

What I did so far?

- Sleep more (actually no choice, but it does me good)
- Read some of my favourite stories from Agatha Christie
- Rewatch some classic mysteries: Scarecrow and Mrs King (Bruce Boxleitner is still one of my favourite actors) and Murder She Wrote
- Listened to Sting
- Had a nice talk with my neighbour and planned some nice walks with her
- Got pampered by a dear friend (still can taste the pogace Elena LOL)

In the meantime I planned that when I will feel better I will sort out my clothes, so many choices which I never take!

Any suggestions for my me time?



I buy puzzle magazines. They have new onces now where you try and find the differences in photos, I also do crosswords. If you can knit or crochet, you could try that. Crochet is so easy you could teach yourself!

I hope you are well very soon, Claudia. God bless.

Thank you Belle! I actually do knit :)

I have lung issues. Rest is crucial.
Lots of fluids too. Sending you warm healing energy and love.

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