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Wednesday, December 9, 2009
I called Kaiser today to cancel Maddies flu booster shot appointment tomorrow because of her cold and re-scheduled it. Though, she is feeling a little better today but the nurse said that when Maddie is totally better then they can give it. Also, hubby and I are also feeling better. After resting well and taking some vitamins it help.
Monday, December 7, 2009
After a long trip and not much sleep hubby is not ready to go back to work but he has to. He wasn't able to sleep well last night because MAddie was awake all night long and been sleeping in the morning. She is still experiencing jet lag and hubby is paying the price. No sleep and still has to work. Right now hubby and I are not feeling too good also. Stress can really lower your immune system. Now I am having runny nose. Hopefully a good rest will help.
Sunday, December 6, 2009
Today, they are celebrating Carolines birthday in Talibon. It would have been nice to attend but we have not plan it right. Anyway, I hope you will have a happy and memorable birthday Caroline and wish you more birthday, good health and happiness in life. Take care and hope Maddiewill see you again soon. Best wishes.
Saturday, December 5, 2009
We lost our luggage. we don't know what happen because we check it in personally in LAX after being inspected by customs and then when we arrived here in Denver we couldn't find out bags. What a nightmare. It is fressing cold outside and we don't have jackets. We wrapped Maddie with a blanket that the customer service gave us because we told them that we don't have any jackets. Anyway, they will make a follow up and will deliver our luggage once it arrive.
Today, is our flight back to Denver. It was sad leaving my family again. They sent us to the airport. Everybody we're there except my father who can't come because of his condition. All seems fine and happy for our visit and sad because we're leaving. Maddie seems to be in good spirit considering how she is feeling. She still has cold and watery eyes but still playful. We bid goodbye and started going inside for check in. It was a nice, happy, short but unforgettable experience to see my family. Who knows when I can go home again. Hopefully soon.
Friday, December 4, 2009
The day before we left Talibon Maddie had a runny nose and watery eyes. I said oh my, this is going to be bad considering will be flying back to Denver tomorrow. She was very cranky at times. No matter how she feel she still play running and shouting with her cousin Caroline and that's what aggravate her coughing. I hope she'll feel better soon.
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
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