Apples, Puppy And Colds

| 11 September 2010 | 6 Comments

Hubby has caught colds already and I thought my possibility of getting infected is one hundred per cent. He started to feel the symptoms yesterday, except a fever which would require him to stay in bed otherwise. It was headache, cough and running nose that made him uncomfortable at work. I had headache when I woke up this morning, I thought it would get worse but it was gone when we came home from the party.

Despite hubby’s condition, we went out to attend a kiddie-birthday party of his friend’s grandchild. The weather wasn’t actually inviting to have an outdoor party but the house could not accomodate all the guest. It was good to have a party in the yard with apple and pear trees and other kind of trees. The children have a big space for themselves, too. It started to rain in the afternoon but the tent kept us from getting wet.


I don’t like apple a lot but I love to see apple trees and its dense fruits. I picked one today and ate it straight. For the first time I knew how it tasted right from the tree. Juicy, fresh, crispy and a bit sour. I didn’t pick the green apples cos they didn’t look ripe yet. And look who loves a puppy! Hubby is indeed a dog lover.

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  1. jen says:

    hai te.. musta?

  2. Nona says:

    Maybe the apple had done something to your headache!….Hope Leif would be okey soon!…do not anticipate catching his colds “basig matinood”,hehehe…having dog is quiet awesome!!!(fr. a dog lover too!)…hahahh!….you both look great!….hugs nd muahhh!

  3. Mylene says:

    Hello jen, ok lang. Kamo, musta na sad?

  4. Mylene says:

    Apple trees brighten up my day, hehee! He feels better now, ang sipon na lang ang di pa nawawala. Syalan ba, tukar-tukar man ni akong sakit sa ulo, sa panahon siguro ni. Lagi, but not suitable in the apartment. Luvss!

  5. zezebel says:

    Cute Puppy.
    Just wish I can pick apple every morning for breakfast.

  6. Mylene says:

    Oh, how I wish, too. But I don’t have my own apple tree so I just look at our neighbor’s.

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