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Apr 28, 2011
http://www.etsy.com/people/DaisyWares?ref=ls_profile The tangerine-clove soap sounds good to me :) She also has a blog... http://www.daisywares.blogspot.com/
Apr 27, 2011
Since my diagnosis several friends I lost touch with have become part of my life again. How wonderful is that! I was recently emailed by a friend, Susan that turned me onto a helpful book, "Crazy Sexy Diet", written by Kris Carr. She was diagnosed with a rare stage 4 cancer and changed her life with diet. I also found her website http://crazysexylife.com/.
Thank you soooo much Susan! xo Inge
Apr 26, 2011
Apr 25, 2011
One of the syringes came inside what looked like a metal cylinder...possibly a radioactive substance? This place made me feel uncomfortable... the walls were gray and depressing. They really should paint the walls a soothing color.
After that I was taken to another room so I could rest and wait for the liquid to run through my GI tract. Wow! An hour flies by when your having fun! Then it was onto the bathroom so I could empty my bladder. The toilet and sink were metal and reminded me of the bathrooms at the rest stop only more depressing. I'm sure they were metal because the stuff I was peeing could not go into the normal septic system.
Then it was onto the main event... the Pet-CT scan. I am the first to admit... I am claustrophobic! I just didn't know how bad until today... in my defense the attendant decided to have me put my arms over my head, wrapped this heavy thing around my waist and put my arms inside a pillowcase so I wouldn't move... I felt like I was bound up tight which put me in a panic attack... then the attendant got agitated with me telling me how expensive this test was and that I needed to cooperate... that didn't help. So I had him remove the pillowcase, loosen the thing around my waist and allow me to keep my arms at my side. I kept my eyes closed and prayed my hardest for Jesus to help get through this... he has definitely been busy with me lately. I made it through...altogether it 25 minutes and I felt each second. I pray I never go through that again. Well, now we wait for the results. I know this bulls eye is dead. I never felt fear that it wasn't.
Apr 24, 2011
I am grateful everyday for being alive! I am grateful for all the prayers and positive thoughts coming from my friends and family! I am also gratefful to Jesus and my Guardian Angels for helping me on my road to recovery!
Apr 22, 2011
http://www.therawdivas.com/blog/ xo Inge
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A friend of mine swears by this, so I ordered some. I know that our problems stem from our diets...yes, I think genetics play a part, BUT if our bodies are healthy then we have a better chance of nipping these diseases in the bud...also exercise and keeping stress as low as possible helps. Since I got sick I took a news break and before that I was a CNN junkie...think about it our news is nothing more than gossip, opinions from overpaid pundits, and news that is sensationalized to get ratings...to get sponsors to sell us crap we don't need. Don't get me started with all the commercials selling drugs to keep men's dicks in good working order...how about all the antidepressants...along with all the endless serious side effects. Do you know what is in the food your eating? Do you care? I sure do! I just learned that one of my favorite foods, the potato, is saturated in pesticides and any so is any other vegetable that grows in the ground. My bargain food sometimes on sale for 77 cents for a 5 lb. bag is not a bargain after all. Now don't get me wrong, the effects do not happen overnight...it accumulates... so after 55 years of eating this food...well, you can imagine! From now on its organic or I leave it behind!
Hope you are well and think about what your eating before you eat it...better yet before you spend your hard earned money on it! And don't forget to laugh out loud! xo Inge