Archives for: August 2007
Good Morning! Today it is a bit cool and partly cloudy. The overnight low was 46 degrees so it is definitely getting rather fallish in temperatures. However, todays high is expected to be in the upper 60’s and maybe even hit 70.
I am continuing to improve in my health! I really enjoy the meals my husband fixes a for me. I am still not doing much in the kitchen as far as cooking goes, but hope to be doing a some cooking soon. I do go grocery shopping with him every week so I am keeping my hand in there.
Being disabled is a pain and I want to be independent again. I want to be able to drive and do the things I have always enjoyed. I really miss strolling through the neighborhood and listening to the birds and others sounds. At least my thinking seems to have pretty much come back to where it was before the stroke. I don’t seem to be in a constant fog anyway.
Guess this is all for today. Till next time………..
guten Tag meine Liebchen :-)
ich muss heute nochmals gesondert aufzeigen und wirklich ein bisschen auf den Busch klopfen, aufdass wir
nochmehr und noch mehr der Situation gewahr werden, was das heisst ein *sweet nonnie* zu sein :-)
Liebe Leut, hört auf der Négligance zu frönen und nehmt Euch und Eure Belange, wie auch Eurer Nonniekinder ernst. Das soll jetzt nicht meinen, dass ich unsere lieben Freunde und Mitmenschen auf dieser Erde, die *Sechis'* ausschliessen will, jedoch muss ich mit Grausen feststellen, wieviele von uns eigentlich durch gewisse sogen. Therapien verpfuscht worden sind, und dann auch noch ohne Anerkennung sang und klanglos alles ertragen sollen, obwohl es doch eigentlich offensichtlich ist oder war, dass hierbei im Treatment eben was falsch gelaufen ist, d.h. aufgepasst (aufgemerkt :-) wir sollten verstärkt uns auf den
naturheilkundlichen Weg begeben, da wir sowieso kaum Allopathische Medikamente vertragen können. Einfach bitte verdammt Vorsichtig sein, denn eines von diesen "Hämmern" zuviel, kann unser Leben zerstören!!! - Ich sage dies hier nicht um Horror zu Verbreiten, jedoch hatte ich in den letzten Monaten vermehrt Einsicht in gewisse Abläufe & Krankenakten.......und mich hat's schlichtweg schiercher aus den Schuhen gehoben als ich dies alles vernommen und/ oder lesen musste.
Wie zum Teil hier Leute schlichtweg hingehalten werden, da die Weisskittel es im Prinzip nicht besser wissen, und wenn ich das Wort Syndrom höre, dann muss ich an meine Putzfrau denken, die auch alles immer versucht unter den Teppich zu kehren.......Leute...informiert Euch, lasst Euch testen, geht mit allen Meds oder Esswaren und lasst alles austesten was geht, es lohnt sich; und bitte nehmt grad nix ein an chemischen Keulen wo Ihr nich absolut sicher seid, dass diese Medikation auch zu Euch passt- sorry aber das musste ich jetzt loswerden, es ist einfach zu unmenschlich für mich, zuschauen zu müssen wie zum Teil Menschen einfach zur Schlachtbank geschickt werden und zwar aus Unkenntnis der Sachlage....... das ist das Allerschlimmste !!!!!
alles Liebe & Gute von
Hi all dearles :-)
a short demand for all nonnies to be aware of their concerns and needs. So I just want to ask you to take care about you and your nonnie-kiddies because here allopathic medication not only can be harmful but leading to death as well :-(
In the last few months I've got the possibility to observe several clients and also to look into papers from clients of mine or others with terrible results because of the abbuse of medication.......
This isn't meant that I want to invite our brave confrères the *sechis* as well, but especially the nonnies are prone for adverse reactions, so far...just wanna ask you really to take care about your healthconcerns and with whom you will work in futur, concerning your healthstatements.
Go for the complementary medicin treatments, here you won't have to fear toughy sideeffects or even
worse.....go for testing all kinds of foods and also if you've to take allopatic medication get it tested if it is compatible with you. Or use as usual for the most of us here, the Dr. D's books as guidancy..but I only can recommend it to you, you've only this life......so please go for it and be aware :-)
As I was watching parents leaving the nearby school this morning , I realized that most of the vehicles were either pickups or SUVs. I don’t know about the rest of the world but here in Alaska it seems to be the norm.
My breakfast this morning was absolutely beautiful and very colorful. My husband fixed me a bowl of cold oat cereal with fresh fruits and raisins and soymilk. The fruits were half a banana, strawberries, blueberries, and almonds. Looked great and tasted wonderful!
Yesterday during therapy, I walked out side for the first time since my stroke! Soon I will be doing that more often!!
It is cool and rainy today and the temperature is 52 degrees. Soon it will be getting cold again and winter will be back in about a month or so. It will probably snow in less than six weeks!
Hope all is going well with you and yours. Till next time………..
Good morning! The sun is shining and the temperatures have cooled a bit. It has cooled a bit and that makes life more comfortable overall. I doubt that I will ever enjoy temps in the over the mid 70s. When it hits in that range I am well on my way to being miserable.
My recovery continues and I am doing therapy 3 times a week. I can now walk over 100 feet without getting too tired! My husband continues to fix really good O type meals which I really enjoy.
I even went to Bingo last week and enjoyed that too and was able to keep up okay.
We drove down to Homer and enjoyed the sights. The glaciers were shining brightly in the sunlight and the birds but few eagles this year were darting all around. The lady who has fed the eagles for many years is no longer doing that and the fish and game people won’t let anybody else do that so the eagles don’t stay around there now.
Looks like this is all I can think of right now. Have a good day and I’ll chat with you again later. Till next time,….. Take care!
A few years back, my energy level started to slip. I consulted my nutritionist, and her advice helped with an assortment of other problems that had cropped up at about the same time, but my energy continued to sag.
The following May, I was suddenly full of pep. I figured that my supplements had finally kicked in, and dived into a major project that I’d been putting off. When my newfound energy tapered off in late summer, with my project only half-done, I blamed the heat (and it certainly could have been a factor), but my energy did not return with cooler weather. I decided that the brief reprieve had been just a fluke.
The same thing happened again the following year, and the year after that. I finally realized that this was not a coincidence, it was a genuine pattern. I called it my “Memorial-Day Power Surge,” but had no explanation for it. I just learned not to begin any projects that couldn’t be finished by Labor Day.
I need to mention that after I retired a few years ago, my bedtime began to slide later and later, until finally I wasn’t generally getting up before noon. On days when I happened to get up earlier, I noticed that I had more energy, but I had never put the whole thing together until a few weeks ago.
By sleeping until noon, I was creating an artificially-short day length for myself. During the longest days of the year, this was not a major problem – I still had eight or nine hours of daylight left. But by January, I was down to a mere five hours, even though the sun was above the horizon for nearly twice that long.
Many people feel “down in the dumps” during the short days of winter. In pronounced cases, this is referred to as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). I had found a way to suffer from SAD almost year-round!
Fortunately, I believe I have finally come up with a way around my night-owl tendencies. More on that next time.
Good morning! Things are still improving health-wise and in some other areas too. My grand daughters teams are doing well and it looks as though they will be playing in the championship games this Saturday! The games have been interesting and the sun has been shining. The highs have been in the 70s. It is so good to see so many kids out there playing soccer. I think they said there were 1500 kids playing down here this years.
This afternoon we will go watch another game. I did get a slight sunburn yesterday while watching the games. Today begins the playoffs. We have been having very nice weather.
My husband continues to fix really nourishing meals for me as I continue to heal from the stroke. I don’t have therapy today but will tomorrow. My husband is helping me with exercises and I practice with walking with my walker. Most other areas have improved.
I wish I had lots of other good things to talk about right now. We I do continue to eat well for my blood type as I still think that is the most important thing I can do for my health.
Till next time. Take care.