Ginger Ale and Flowers

Been feeling pretty under the weather the past few days. I believe I caught that terrible stomach bug that’s been going around. So I haven’t been eating much, hence I haven’t been posting much either.

But thank goodness for great friends who were brave enough to come visit me despite my lack of health. I’ve been surviving on ginger ale and a few sips of Gatorade here and there.

I love ginger ale. Like even when I’m not sick. Anytime I have the tiniest upset stomach the first thing I reach for is a few icy cold sips of ginger ale. The bubbles always seem to calm my stomach. I’ve always wondered why one of the only places you find ginger ale served is at bars and on airplanes, probably because that’s where people get the most upset stomachs I would think.

My roommate was so sweet and brought me flowers! This is the first flower

delivery I’ve received in, well… In since I can remember! I do love fresh cut flowers so much! They’re so cheerful and colorful, really brighten a room. These tulips definitely made my day!

I’m hoping to be feeling back to 110% very soon! And I am looking forward to sharing lots more delicious recipes with you!

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Natalie Paramore

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February 1, 2013



  1. Reply

    Diana Scott

    January 30, 2013

    So sorry you caught that stuff. Ginger is great for your tummy. Hope you bounce back soon!

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    January 30, 2013

    Get better soon!!

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    Heather of Kitchen Concoctions

    January 30, 2013

    Oh no! Being sick is no fun! I hope you feel better soon! Let me know if you need anything! And I agree, Ginger Ale will always be a comfort ‘food’ for me. That was the only time we could have soda as a kid, when we were sick, and it was always Ginger Ale. Maybe it is just all mental, but it is still the first thing I turn to when I have an upset stomach.


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