to all who have kept me in their thoughts the last couple of days ~
...the diagnosis is in:
so now I am on the hunt for a natural approach for dealing with this.
I am NOT a fan of antibiotics at ALL.
so I am educating myself on a more natural & homeopathic level ~
such as probiotics & the like.
Diet will play a major role in keeping me healthier now too,
because with Diverticulosis
supposedly no nuts or seeds are to be consumed
(or other hard-to-digest foods)
for fear of them getting 'stuck' in the pockets in the colon
and thus causing inflammation & infection
(which then becomes: Diverticulitis)
So, there ya have it…in a nutshell,
While feeling sludgy,
but always having to be busy ~
I kept up with you on Facebook and your blogs ~
in the Prim Stitchers Society group on FB,
one of my friends showed a most-awesome metal Witch Hand that she was using to display
her stitched pendants on ~
I was over the moon excited
when she said she could find me one!!!!
and then she took the time to box it & ship it up to me :)
WHAT AN AWESOME PERSON
you are Cindy!!!!!!!
L O V E
between pangs of pain,
I have been stuffing little folks here in the sewing room too ~
|my favorite spot|
from the chair in front of my machine,
I can see out two windows ~
I can keep my eye on the donkeys
while they graze…
|h e l l o|
and I can see the front of our little farm shop too….
|soon will be filled with all kinds of|
September brings changes in colors around here,
some subtle, some not-so…
the nandina berries are beginning to turn their winter-red
and I'm hoping that the birds won't eat them all before we get to enjoy them a bit ~
I've hung out our folky Owl flag for a pop of color too :)
|the checkered border makes me happy!|
and our gourds are coming in too ~
can't wait to show them all to you!!
Have a beautiful, creative day my friends!!!
* Blessed be *