Smile……

Smile – form one’s features into a pleased, kind, or amused expression, typically with the corners of the mouth turned up and the front teeth exposed. source

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I’m not smiling this week…
‘nursing’ someone who should have known better and has been quite ill with covid
doesn’t garner smiles
Wondering if you will be and trying hard not to become infected doesn’t either
(Little reading + commenting on posts, acknowledging comments – no go this week)

Fun Friday – the day you forget the worries of the week.

11 thoughts on “Smile……

  1. the nail and the guitar made me Laugh, the others did make me smile. I am also nursing a husband who Did It To Himself and all that involves. not covid but still aggravating me

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  2. COVID is such an insidious virus. You can’t see it and you don’t realize you have it until it’s too late to nip it in the bud. Do take care and take all the precautions you can to avoid the nasty! Blessings… Carol

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  3. Cathy, so sorry to hear that Covid is visiting your house! We went both went through it in October, and some of the symptoms are still circling us, not debilitating, but very irritating. Wishing a get well soon at your house.
    Your post made me smile!

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  4. Take care, hoping you stay well, know how hard it is when there is “togetherness” in a home.

    Here if you fit a certain criteria, which keeps changing, you can get the anti viral meds. Hope you can get them…

    Virtual hugs

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  5. It’s never fun taking care of someone who’s not well. And the resentment that comes from knowing they could of been more proactive about their health is very annoying
    Hopefully you’ll not become infected, or you do, not be to sick.
    I wish you smiles and giggles

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  6. Love logging into your blog for your Friday smile – never fails to give me a chuckle. Fingers crossed you avoid catching it but if you don’t, at least you’ll know the source. We’ve had so many futile discussions trying to work out who exactly passed it on to both of us at the same time and, of course, we’ll never know.

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  7. Great smiles. I wish a little sunshine and smiling for you. That darn Covid. I did manage to avoid it when my husband had it or at least I never tested positive but who knows. We did mask up, me willingly, my husband under a bit of protest. Husbands aren’t the best patients.

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