Lupus therapy

Lupus  therapy

One of my ways to try to forget about my Lupus issues is my Garden. I have posted a photo of one of my 50 + tomatoe plants. As of now I have well over 200 green tomatoes! To some of you this next statement may sound odd but, being from the southeastern part of the U. S. Where this is common food to eat.

I am looking forward to going to the garden picking a fresh ripe tomato and making a good ole "TOMATO SANDWICH", with a tall glass of sweet ice tea! It won't be long now!

I think this is probably a southern U. S. Thing but, it sure is GOOD!

It should be a Lupus Home remedy cure! (LOL)

Tiras

"The Barefoot Gardener"

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  • Hmmm sounds good.

    Make sure you get a decent loaf of bread to do it full justice!

    Crusee

    XX

  • Oh another one of my hobbies is making home made bread.

    I got it covered my friend!

    Tiras

    "The Barefoot Gardener"

  • You certainly have Tiras

    I'm impressed.

    Crusee

    XX

  • We who have lupus, have to stay busy somehow, I garden, fish, cook, keep my part of our land clean and clear with my dozer, (My wife Laura, and I, have 40 acres we've been married 35 years) and help my Granddaughter with her chicken project. (We have 18 chickens). I will say that I do these things as I can, because of medical issues, some days I can't move, I know you know that feeling.

    Now the kicker to all of that is, I have a rash/something on my right foot, and I have not been able to wear shoes for 2 years. I have to do all the stuff mentioned up above barefoot. However I have adapted and overcome. I go everywhere and do anything barefoot. The bottom of my feet have gotten so tough, that I can now walk on any surface rocks, hot asphalt, cement, etc. Thorns, broken glass extra. will not cut or penetrate the tough leather like skin on the bottom of my feet. Yes, when Laura and I and or the grandkids go shopping to any and all stores even restaurants, I have to go barefoot. To be honest, going barefoot feels more natural. I don't even want to wear shoes now if I could, and probably wouldn't after going barefoot this long. Fortunately I live in the southeastern U. S. And it does not really get very cold here. We have not had any snow here in over 5 years. On Christmas Day back in December it was 80 + degrees Fahrenheit here. So going barefoot year round is not an issue here, due to cold weather.

    Thus Coco from this community gave me the name

    "The barefoot Gardener"

    We have to adapt and overcome!

    Life is to short to let Lupus rob us of any life.

    LIVE LIFE TO THE FULLEST

    Tiras

    "The Barefoot Gardener"

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  • Well done you, nothing beats home grown tomatoes, full of taste, I also love tomato sandwiches.πŸ˜‹

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