Stitching When Feeling Under the Weather

Stitching the Night Away Stitching Bloggers Blog Hop

It’s been awhile but the Stitching Bloggers Blog Hop has returned with hop # 15. The prompt is:

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?

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I find that when I am feeling under the weather whether I stitch or not really depends on how ill I actually am. Generally, if it is just a cold or something similar and I am at home I will curl up with my stitching and one of my movies I save for my sick days and stitch just like any other day or evening.  If it was something more flu-like or with more severe symptoms, I would usually just be plain too exhausted to think about stitching and I likely wouldn’t bother.

I had a weekend recently where I was feeling under the weather and I just stitched the better part of the weekend away (well, Friday and Saturday, anyway). It made me feel better that even though I was sick there was still something I could actually do that wouldn’t tire me out too much or make me feel worse.

I think though I have yet to have a time where I have been too sick  to stitch. Haven’t had any in recent memory anyway. I hope that it doesn’t happen anytime soon!

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One thought on “Stitching When Feeling Under the Weather

  1. You’re lucky, when I have a cold I usually get a sinus headache that makes it impossible to stare at my stitching for longer than ten minutes. I’ve lost so many stitchy days to simple colds. It’s no fun at all.

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