This has gotten to be a bad habit, being up half the night, or later. It was after 3:30 am, when I got so fed up with myself that I decided I wasn't going to look at the clock, again. At least I got a few short hours of sleep!
Knowing this was to be once again a busy day for me, I made sure I was up around my usual time and didn't sleep in. I wanted to do the work I needed to do, early; before anything personal happened along the way. Success!
Looking out onto my balcony, I decided it was time to swab the deck. This may sound trivial to you, but it's a big deal to me. You see, there was a time, not so long ago, when I would have had great problems doing this. In fact, if I accomplished such a feat, I would have to spend the rest of the day in bed. I thank God for my Chiropractor!
Yes, I thank God for Dr. G! What would I ever do now, without him? What I mean is, if he hadn't come into my life.
Actually, when I met Dr. G., it was because my daughter B had been hurt and a friend recommended him to her. Knowing that in Brampton, before the bus collision, I had been treated for migraine headaches and ultimately for a sprained ankle problem, by Dr. S, who was an excellent Chiropractor, I knew I wanted to meet Dr. G. For my daughter's sake, and for mine. I was so impressed, that even though WCB/WSIB had told me years earlier that they didn't allow/permit Chiropractic care, I decided to see if Dr. G. could help me.
It has been a long and painful process, but if I hadn't met Dr. G., I'd still be in the deplorable physical condition that I was in, when I first began treatment. As you've probably heard me say previously, I may never be healed (that's up to God!), but I am totally grateful with the amount of healing, relief from pain and ability to do more, that I have received to date. May God bless you Dr. G.! You have been a true blessing to me.
So, in addition to cleaning my balcony, I did my stretching exercise and my pool exercise! All, before going to Dr. G.'s office for my treatment, today.
While I am supposed to just rest for about 24 hours after my treatment, I sort of disobeyed that 'rule', by picking up a few groceries on my way home. However, I've been a good girl, since. Except that I splurged and ate some sugary, tasty treat for dessert. I know, especially since I am diabetic, that I shouldn't do this. But, hey...we all have to splurge, sometime! I'll try to be a good girl again, tomorrow.
Wish me luck!
Until next time...
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