Normalcy has almost returned.
I still have a bit of a cough. You know, that cough that lingers for weeks after all the other symptoms have long since left the body.
That doesn't mean I got much done this weekend.
I was actually pretty lazy.
The energy level is just starting to return. I still get tired quickly by simple things.
But I did manage to sweep and mop the floor in the living room/dining area yesterday. That was my big achievement, complete with moving the furniture and cleaning under everything.
I feel a bit guilty that I have not cooked anything in days.
Adding water to Trader Joe's miso soup mix does not count.
Manfriend came over Saturday after I got off work and grilled some veggies and a steak and made artichokes.
It was nice that he took on most of the cooking chores that night.
He doesn't cook much, but he can work the grill just fine.
Sunday I had stamping (that is my card contribution above) and, before I got sick, had signed up to bring the main dish for the lunch part of the gathering.
I was thinking Thursday that I might be too sick or tired to go, or at least too sick or tired to be responsible for making the main course.
But I decided to just do something easy.
I made the mushroom-sage bread pudding that I made as a dinner side dish a couple of weeks ago. But this time, to make it more of a meal, I added diced ham to the mushrooms and onions while I was cooking them.
I did most of the chopping Saturday night and stuck everything in the fridge.
Sunday morning, I cooked the mushrooms, onions and ham. Then I mixed the milk and eggs and put it all together and baked it. It went pretty fast having it all chopped ahead of time.
Seems like it was a hit. Most people went back for seconds.
But when I got home that afternoon, I was exhausted.
Basically I sat and stanped for 4 hours. But I was just beat.
So I napped.
Then we went out for dinner.
This week I will work six days (Mon-Sun) to cover for someone who is helping with Oscar pages.
So I sure hope the energy level is up by then.