It will be good to get home. This is the first time in 50 years of Conferences that I've gotten sick. I have struggled through the last three days. I woke up at 2:00 this morning with a coughing spell. I probably woke everyone up but I couldn't get it stopped. I drank a cup of water and finally hung my head a bit over the bed and that finally stopped it. I am packed and, except for my meds, ready to put my bags in the car. I will pack those after breakfast.
Bob A. tells me Missy, my cat, is really unhappy. She is so spoiled. He too will be glad I am back. I imagine she has tried his patience.
It took us from !0:30 until 2:30 to get home today. We stopped at Olathe to have a light lunch. I had broccoli cheese soup and an apple and water. Leslie had something a little heavier. We got home and Bob A. was there. He had been waiting for us. Leslie was afraid he might catch whatever it is I still have. My voice is still nearly gone but it is better then it was earlier when I had none at all.
When I got home I finally found the bulletin I had made up before we left. Unfortunately, I had forgotten to change the date and it still had May 22nd on the top and my name as presider. That's why I initially couldn't locate it. I changed the date with a ball point pen and put Bob's name as presider on it and printed it off again. I still forgot to change the date before I printed it off though.
I watered the flowers and dead headed them and also watered the poor tomato plant. It was partly wilted again. I took Missy out for awhile but she does not like the 97 degree heat at all. She ate some grass and then was willing to come back in. Maybe I can take her out after it cools down a bit later this evening.
I just got to feeling worse and worse and finally took my temp. It was 100 degrees. I just took my bath and went to bed at 8:30.