gratitude wednesday 4/2

I’m feeling better! And I’m grateful. I was able to breathe without being propped up to almost sitting in bed last night. Woohoo!

I haven’t been coughing much at all (just once this morning).

I am so grateful for my self-care practices. Wellness formula, zinc lozenges, echinacea/goldenseal tincture, lots of C, throat coat tea, lots of water and yoga in the morning. And a little rest! Combined with prayer and emphatic denial: No No No! There is no dis-ease here. And I feel bettah today. Woohoo!

I am grateful for beautiful cool days. Fresh veggies. Balsamic vinegar in bulk, bringing my own bottles.

For changing up the way I cook. More variety. More chicken, less red meat. More fish. The only way I’ll know if it’s hard for my body to digest fattier meats is to remove—or at least significantly reduce—them from my diet.

I’m grateful for my morning gratitude practice. I’m grateful to be grateful. And so it is.

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