It's hard to believe it's time for another blog hop. Actually it's hard to believe it's almost the middle of February. Where has the time gone? Anyway this is a great subject and I'm interested to read what others have to say about it.
Eventually there comes a time when you’re not feeling well, whether it’s the flu or a cold or something else entirely. The question is, do you manage any stitching when you’re under the weather or does it just have to wait for better days?
I guess the answer would depend on just how sick I am. If my allergies are bothering me or I have a little cold, then I usually will feel up to knitting or something that I can do without thinking about it. An easy counted cross stitch project will also fit the bill. But if it's major, then, no, I don't feel like doing anything except maybe reading or watching a little TV. In September 2011 I came down with Valley Fever, a fungal infection found only here in the desert southwest. Frankly I was so sick I didn't even feel like watching TV. I just sat in my recliner and stared at the walls. It took approximately a year to fully recover and I'm only just now getting my stitching mojo back. So if it's something minor, I just suck it up and stitch. If it's major, no way. My entire focus would be getting my health back.