Indio, California: I have spent the past 36 hours getting through a rough bout of food poisoning. Such fun. The bad thing: after waiting two days for My Driver to fly out of snowy Portland, I was in no condition to meet him at the airport. The good thing: I have lost quite a bit of weight the ugly way.
I had gone to breakfast with Lisa & Leo Saturday morning at an adorable little bakery/care. Lisa decided she wanted the Breakfast Scramble. I wanted the Breakfast Sandwich. At the last minute we switched our orders – and thank goodness we did. It’s one thing for granny to get food poisoning, quite another for a nursing mother to fall ill. I suffered throughout the rest of the day and went to bed at 8:30 Saturday evening and woke up at 8:30 this morning and I am feeling a little better today.
Before driving back to the desert, we spent much of the day with the kids. It is quite possible I snapped 30 photos of Leo. He was still in his jammies and in such a sweet mood (as usual).
Leo is already 5½ months old! He is virtually changing every day and is such a little charmer. He smiles and flirts with everyone! Leo has his Momma’s (and DT’s) mouth.
This is my usual position whenever I am anywhere near that baby.
Lenny, DT and Leo were watching football this afternoon…
… until the little guy began to get sleepy. Those sweet dimples on his hand just make me swoon.
Goodnight Grandma, I hope you are feeling better soon.
Dave and I returned to Indio in time to watch the Giants v 49er game… where I had a home-made pot of Jewish Penicillin in the freezer. Just what my tummy needed. I am trying to stay awake until 8:30p. Until my next update, I remain, your recovering correspondent.
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