Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Here's Why Sometimes It Is Really Awesome To Live In NOLA

Occasionally during the week before Mardi Gras, a marching band might decide to practice on your street at 2 o'clock in the afternoon while you are minding your own business watching The Dog Whisperer with your newborn baby on your lap:

In My Front Yard, An Impromptu Parade from Julie Vaicius on Vimeo.

For the past week I have been side-lined with a horrible case of mastitis which included the chills, a raging headache, and fever of 104 degrees for a few days. It was possibly the sickest I have ever felt in my life and I don't think I would have gotten through it without my family who totally rallied around me. I will tell you more about it later. I am feeling better now and do not want to relive those hellish days right now. In the meantime, we are gearing up for some serious Mardi Gras fun over the next few days. Well, at least some of us are, I am on antibiotics and trying to put James on some semblance of a schedule, so I imagine this will be the tamest MG I have had in years...and that is really okay with me.


Kitty Brown said...

I love that a parade went past your house! Too fun. Glad you're feeling better.

Mary Cox said...

See you this weekend!

Casey said...

Julie, I think you just convinced Luis to move back to New Orleans. Glad you are feeling better.

NolaMom said...

Ugh! I am so sorry about the mastitis. Never had it but heard it's PAINFUL.