Thursday, April 25, 2013

5 ways get a vintage gal on the mend!

Great news! My surgery was a success! Thank you all for your well wishes, prayers, and just for be so sweet to me. I adore you all-truly! I am resting at home now baby-free, my dad kindly is keeping the kids overnight til Friday afternoon so I can rest. I hope you all have a fabulous weekend and I just wanted to share a few things every vintage girl would need to help her get back on the mend! Or any girl for that matter! hehe
Rest is the best medicine-so curl up someplace comfortable and take a nap!
Lots of vintage gals thrive after a good soak but you don't have to have a bubble bath. It can be anything you find soothing to do. I, myself, enjoy putting my cold mask on my eyes...very soothing!
I'm in the middle of a great book that I cannot wait to review and share it with all of you. I can give a hint though-it's about a 70+ year marriage. Whether you are reading about love, romance, mystery, or a good biography on your favorite classic film actor/actress-take a book or a magazine and get some reading done. You will not only relax but feed your brain as well.
 Whether it is on the TCM channel or a DVD or on Youtube, pull out your favorite classic films/tv shows and have fun watching them!
When a gal is on the mend she might not be up for shopping but she can do loads of "window" shopping. Check out the latest on your favorite vintaget sites and feed your eyes with loads of pretties!

xox

14 comments:

  1. That's brilliant news. I wish you a speedy recovery x

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  2. What wonderful news! Wishing you a speedy recovery, Bunny! :)

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  3. That is such incredibly awesome news, honey. You have been in my thoughts around the clock this week and I'm truly elated to know that things went positively and you're resting comfortably at home now. All of these things are staples in my recovery arsonal, too (especially good books). If my health permits, I also like to use the time to catch up on letter and postcard writing, and of course try and squeeze in an extra spot of Pinterest-ing (natch! :D).

    Sending you countless healing wishes & hugs,
    ♥ Jessica

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  4. I'm so glad that things went well for you and hope that your recovery will be a swift one! :)

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  5. So glad that it looks looks great :) Hope your recovery is going well, and you're ready to welcome back your babies ;)

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  6. I'm so glad to hear everything went great. It sounds like your recovery period is very cozy and relaxing, which is exactly what it should be.

    I haven't taken a bubble bath in years, which is sad. When I lived with my parents, I used to take one once a month to relax. But ever since moving into my apartment, I haven't been able to bring myself to sit down in the tub. I just have this fear of it, because the guy who lived in my unit before me was so gross and creepy and I mentally can't bring myself to sit down in the tub, thinking about him washing up in there. I know, it's weird. I'm weird. Lol.

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  7. So happy to hear you're doing well and the surgery was successful! I think you have some great plans for relaxing and recharging. In fact, those sounds like a great way for me to spend the weekend too :)

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  8. Good to hear that you feel well! Good advices...

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  9. I am very happy to hear you are recovering and I can only wish you the best! Take care, you are a dear and your blog is an inspiration and a joy to read :) --Chantel

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  10. Glad to hear you are doing well after surgery! Get some rest and get back to tip-top shape soon!!

    Jordan
    http://jordansvintagekitchen.blogspot.com

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  11. I'm very glad to hear tat it went well!

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