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Things don’t always go as we want... 😉🤔

CanuckAnon
CanuckAnon

It’s snowing... 😐 this is not what I wanted but life doesn’t always go as I want so I just look for the silver lining no matter how bleak it may appear.

There was no traffic this morning on the way in to doctors this morning... it’s darker out so no added pain triggers.... doctors waiting room is empty but 1 other person... in 30 mins early for appointment so I can upload this... 😂

Just want to remind everyone to not stress about what life hands u... breath, adapt yourself and stay calm! We can change/control our reactions, sometimes our situations but never can we control people around us or their reactions....

keep calm and carry on...😊

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Thank you for this post.... I was just about ready to go off site for a while.... I too can't take constant negatives that many are posting about, I understand all the concern, but I need a break from it too. And your post was just what I needed. Someone being positive, spiraling into negativity does no one any good, survival mode is kicked in for us here, and we are all taking a well needed break actually. Sleeping in, no extra running around, it's okay really.

Sorry faux you don’t have permission to go off campus

Awe....I love you so much little brother....you just made me smile....thank you.

I love you too ...😊

:)

Admitting way too many triggering posts about all that is wrong in the world and this panic and I’m back to <4 hours sleep...

This post and your message is so welcome to my morning. My attitude is, I get another night tonight to try and sleep, all is not lost. I made hashbrowns to go with my eggs, so I’m happy about that. 😁😁

I hope the doc appt goes well. 💜🌺💜🌺

fauxartist
fauxartist in reply to RoxieDawn

I miss hashbrowns....you just gave me a great idea...thanks

RoxieDawn
RoxieDawn in reply to fauxartist

Life is better with hashbrowns.. just sayin'

😁😁😁😁

fauxartist
fauxartist in reply to RoxieDawn

a little bacon, vegan bacon if your a veg...and it just gets better...ohhhh...and biscuits...homemade of course...and don't spare on the butter. Omg...now I want really bad stuff like chicken fried steak with gravy, hash browns, ham...yum....

RoxieDawn
RoxieDawn in reply to fauxartist

I live in the south, all of this is amazing. I am not nor will I ever be vegan. Bacon for the win. 👍👍

fauxartist
fauxartist in reply to RoxieDawn

I know, I'm southern too.... and I just have to say....I was a vegitarian for about 13 + years because I am an animal lover....but was a lacto/ova... I just didn't want to kill anything to eat..... But we live on a family farm now, we don't handle the cattle, the brothers do....we are all neighbors on the same land.... They are very humane and caring...

I had started menopause, and got terrible cluster migraines for the first time in my life, I just couldn't stop them....then my doctor told me I wasn't getting the right kind of protien to balance my hormones....I just gave in. And yes...they are lessened in intensity....but honestly...I just really missed BBQ too.... pork ribs are the bomb.

RoxieDawn
RoxieDawn in reply to fauxartist

I've got the menopause too. Its taken its toll on my sleep.

I'm not giving up carbs, hense hashbrown..buscuits.. comfort food sometimes is what the doctor orders.

Protien so essential to us 'maturing ladies'. Come over sometime, well do bbq. I wear bbq sauce well. 🤣🤣🤣🤣

fauxartist
fauxartist in reply to RoxieDawn

Oh man I can't wait for this weather where I am to just warm up, I love BBQ sauce, I wear it well too...

So tell me... do you have your secret recipe?....do you make your own or use a really good hickory smoked brand.... all is good...now I'm hungry....

RoxieDawn
RoxieDawn in reply to fauxartist

My husband uses a rub that is amazing and makes everything so juicy and tender. I’m a Sweet Baby Rays bbq sauce fan. Sometimes we get two flavors and mix them together.

I’m hungry again too already.

fauxartist
fauxartist in reply to RoxieDawn

Omg...your killing me....

RoxieDawn
RoxieDawn in reply to fauxartist

I’ll throw out the welcome mat. Come on over. 😁

This time of year I get excited for grilled food. I’ll do a little extra exercise for bbq and all the fixings.

fauxartist
fauxartist in reply to RoxieDawn

I love anything grilled.... when the zucchini,peppers and scallions are ready from the garden...on they go ..yeah baby....good times.

RoxieDawn
RoxieDawn in reply to fauxartist

Nom nom nom. Yellow squash and zucchini and onions and peppers on a kabob. Mouth is watering. 😜

fauxartist
fauxartist in reply to RoxieDawn

I do grow golden zucchini...the round ones and long ones too....I'm drooling now...gonna go get something to eat....

RoxieDawn
RoxieDawn in reply to fauxartist

Bring those when you visit. Enjoy your meal. ❤️❤️

fauxartist
fauxartist in reply to RoxieDawn

No problem....sounds like a feast...some ice tea, potato salad, corn on the cob, and watermelon...yeah man...that's home cookin....

CanuckAnon
CanuckAnon in reply to RoxieDawn

🥓🥓🥓😋

Hidden
Hidden

Thank you.

Have had feedback that vitamin c supplements at high levels of at least 4000 mg a day has helped pain after operations and with arthritis and joint pain.

Vitamin C Can Kill Every Virus Known To Mankind.

dailyhealthpost.com/vitamin.... Typing in the title and dailyhealthpostcom should bring up the info.

The forests and trees look similar to our region.

CanuckAnon
CanuckAnon in reply to Hidden

Nerve blocks are a good way to deal with post operative pain... vitamin c a water soluable vitamin promotes healing of cuts and does help immunity for some things... best thing u can’t OD on it as excess is just passed out via kidneys... 😊

Hidden
Hidden in reply to CanuckAnon

That's the standard information. It's been known for many years through Linus Pauling research that high doses of vitamin C can help the body recover from sickness. It can reach the biofilm round the virus and disrupts it so the cells can't multiply. As you say it is excreted but higher doses can help the body rid from other toxins present in our diet from Mercury lead aluminium. If you take it throughout the day you can replenish it. Animals make it themselves with an enzyme. Humans have lost the enzyme through evolution so have to have daily doses. As I have had poor health for last few years any research to help the immune system is welcomed. If you look up Dr Mercola you can find original research from Oregon Institute with pioneer search by Linus Pauling on most of vitamins and minerals we need including vitamin C. Taking each day at a time and enjoying yourself with your pets and interests keeps you going.

CanuckAnon
CanuckAnon in reply to Hidden

Oak, pine and maple trees...

Hidden
Hidden in reply to CanuckAnon

Oak and pine trees but no maples here, not long before they have leaves. Some spring flowers cammellias magnolias rhododendrons .

CanuckAnon
CanuckAnon in reply to Hidden

It will be a while for mine.... I will have wild crocus and violets by 1st 2 weeks of May... sooner if it stops snowing...😂

Hidden
Hidden in reply to CanuckAnon

Lovely to look forward to. Will you put some spring photos on ..liked the fishing village and the fire footprints in the snow😃

CanuckAnon
CanuckAnon in reply to Hidden

Stay tuned.... I take pictures of what catches my eye while I’m out on adventures.... 😊

I love your pictures too!

You have this cute vibe going on with you too. I think I have a cybercrush on you fr. Haha

😂😂😊😊that’s the sweetest thing I have heard in a long time.... thanks 🌷☀️

You gotta say somethin sometimes, or it goes left unsaid, so I said somethin. And you're welcome!

Hidden
Hidden in reply to CanuckAnon

Great. 🌄🌷💐🌿🌲

Thank you. 🌻

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