I’ve been posting a lot of complaining on here lately, so today I decided to post what I’m grateful for. But first things first, my surgery has been scheduled (assuming insurance approves it) for the 26th. I would appreciate prayers for insurance approving the surgery and that it would be nice and simple. That everything would go well. Continue reading “If I Can Only Have One Thing I’m so Glad it’s Not My Health”
So it’s been awhile since I posted, but I had a good reason. On Sunday I went to the ER with extreme abdominal pain. After 2 hours of poking around they found an ovarian cyst bigger than a softball. Then they sent me home with a referral to a gynecologist. Continue reading “Am I Done Yet?”
I intend to give a line by line break down explaining this poem tomorrow, but for now here is my poem entitled Ducks.
Ducks, we do not speak of them,
For foe of beavers they have always been.
And if they were the only thing we didn’t speak about, it wouldn’t be so bad,
But the topics that rest in silence are enough to drive me mad!
I was up way too late last night working on yesterday’s post, so for today just a quick little list of ways to take a break – Continue reading “A Mini Vacation”
As promised, here’s today’s post on the how’s and why’s of engaging all five senses when eating. Continue reading “Their Daily Bread 2: The Fantastic 5”
Appetite can decrease for all sorts of reasons as we age (Or even when we don’t age, I myself have an even worse appetite than my mom, due to some of my health problems). While we may not be able to fix problems such as a slow, or small stomach; poor swallowing reflex; or a lack of sense of smell: there are other things we can do to make food more enticing- Continue reading “Their Daily Bread”
“This is fun…This is life!” That’s what Mom said earlier today when using her new sewing machine to mend her torn laundry bag.
It’s amazing how God has used various endeavors in my life to teach me more about him, most recently caregiving. Continue reading “Turning Guilt into Gradtitude”