Playing Catch Up, On the Road to Recovery

Hello blog world.

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Just seeing if anybody is still out there!  I thought I'd show my virtual "face" before the holidays so you would know that I'm still here.  Even if you haven't heard from me, I still see your works.  I skim, scan, and save for later, hoping to comment when I can.    *smile*

The gist of it all is this:  Since I've returned to work this year, my life has been on a major rollercoaster ride like none other.  Ever have those days when you feel like you might just be getting it together and then you realize that you're just not?  You're always behind (it seems) and you just can't quite find that rhythm.  Most of my days have been like that.  I've undergone so many stressors lately that my body is trying to recover and it needs some help doing so.

Over the summer I visited an alternative health care doctor with a friend of mine and after her visit I thought, I think I need to come here too.  So I did, last month.  After after two tests and a bunch of questions, it seems that my body is kinda out of whack right now (not the technical term).  Too little vitamins/minerals here, too much there.  So when I say I'm on a bunch of whole food supplements, trust me.  Like 45 a day! And I'm having to start a low-carb regimen.  I'm praying that this all will help me swing back into my "feel good" days.  And then I won't have to take so many supplements.  But right now I must admit that my body is undergoing a type of "burnout."  So please bear with me while I make adjustments.  :-)

Even in the midst of this, there is so much to be thankful for.  And even though we should show our thanks and gratitude every day, it's nice to have a special holiday to help us remember.

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On the road to recovery, by His grace,

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  1. I hope you feel better soon Libby!
    I know that you are always come and see my work; and thanks for that.
    Happy thanksgiving day and I'm so grateful to get to know you as a friend here...such a lovely friend.
    Talk to you soon

  2. So sorry to read that you are not feeling well, Libby. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

  3. Hi Libby,
    I hope you are able to find that balance that you need. It is tricky trying to get those vitamin and mineral levels right. You are not alone in that feeling of always being behind, hence stressed! I have been going crazy lately but think I'm going to talk to my boss just after the first of the year to make that transition to self employment before I lose my mind!
    I wish you and your family is wonderful Thanksgiving.
    Val :)

  4. Happy Thanksgiving Libby! I can sympathise! I got laid off in September, re-hired for a new job with the same employer before the end of the month and now I have a kitten in the house (because I didn't have enough stress to deal with!) Sometimes life gets crazy but there is always a silver lining and we just need to focus on that instead of the nonsense. You'll find your balance! Hang in there xoxoxox

  5. Awww! Feel better soon. Wishing you lots of calm and rest and peace :D

  6. I hope that new treatment will show its fruits soon. :-)
    Meanwhile, let me tell you I am thankful for having you as a friend. Love you lots!! So hang in there and take your time. Internet isn't going anywhere nor are us. ;-)
    LYLAS & Happy Thanksgiving.

  7. Hi Libby, I hope the treatment is going to work for you. It is a good thing you listened to your body and mind. Big huge from me to you ♥


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