Lately, the idea of blogging, journaling and scribbling notes on my healthy journey has become more like a cool idea than a completed task. Similar to writer’s block I imagine. A combination of brain fog and drain clog…a sort of blog flog, hehe!
And when I make choices daily to fill my precious time with unworthy activities, it is me and me only who clogs my blog with fog. Fog is more than just a cloudiness. Plumbers know it as Fats, Oils and Grease, yuck!
So this will be a brief wave of my hand to say that I’m here, still working on this journey back to wellness. So very much has been happening, good and not as good some days. Lots of research by my husband, as well as his talking with several Dr’s and practitioners, manufacturers of therapies that can be purchased for home use, etc., etc…
My supplement regimen has changed drastically this past week – for the better. I can already see it. Stopping a couple of natural products has caused me to withdraw and I’m learning how to deal with that, again, naturally. One of them is an anti-inflammatory that I’ve used for many years to ease pain. This product is made in Mexico and now it is no longer allowed in our country, so I began to wean from it weeks ago but apparently not successfully enough, haha! It’s okay. I’m learning.
Ortho-Bionomy (bodywork) is still a highlight of my week. Also this week I will be receiving Ampcoil therapy for the second time. The next blog I will report on a few new things I just started. Pain levels are comfortably down today…even though there is rain in the air! Praise the Lord!
Thank you to friends and family praying for me and watching my results…and it is my hope and prayer to help others find answers that will help alleviate symptoms of RA, Fibromyalgia and Dysautonomia.
Finally, since good sleep has not been my friend for awhile, I found comfort today in the song Arms That Hold the Universe by Fee. I hope you will listen and be blessed by it.
“The Sovereign Lord is my strength;
he makes my feet like the feet of a deer,
he enables me to tread on the heights.” – Habakkuk 3:19