As you would already know, if you've been reading Life with Lynnie (LwL) as of late, I've been sick.
Going from feeling so ill and tired I couldn't keep my eyes open, to the opposite end of the scale, to where I couldn't even obtain a moment's sleep, due to taking medication that had an opposite effect on me, made me feel like I was on a roller-coaster ride! Sort of like being all black and all white, without any gray, inbetween.
Even so, God has been with me. He helped me, and has provided a measure of healing for me. And, for this, I am grateful. Thank You, Lord!
Does this mean I am healed? No. I am not fully healed.
Still, after feeing greatly improved, I thought about going out to get done what I felt I needed to do. I was in two minds about this.
Firstly, thoughts ran through my mind about making myself sicker again, by going outside. I don't want this, because I need to be healed by Saturday. You'll find out why, at a later time.
Then, I wondered if I am contagious. After some prayer and thought, I decided I probably wasn't at this stage of the healing process.
After sorting out my situation, I made the decision to go out and do what I felt I needed to do. I must say that it felt good going outside, feeling the cold on my face, breathing in the refreshing cool air.
A couple hours after arriving home, I wondered if I had done the right thing. Once again began to feel exhausted and felt some symptoms returning.
Then, I realized that this is usually what happens to me, during the healing process. Believe it or not, this is usually the way I heal. What goes down, must go up, again. Meaning that whenever I get sick with something that begins with a sinus problem, it usually goes to my lungs and as I heal, it seems to go back up to my head again, before it leaves.
Believe me when I say that I am praying this is exactly what is happening to me, now.
Last night, I slept well. Praise God!
Today, I am breathing somewhat easier. My lungs aren't as tight as they were, and as I am feeling improvement, my head is beginning to feel the effects, once again. Yes, Lord! Let this leave me, now!
Okay, so that remark sounds dramatic. If you knew me better, you'd know that I am just grateful that it seems this virus is on its way out! After all, today is Thursday. And, I must be feeling back to snuff by Saturday!
Once again, I thank you for being a blessing to me by praying for me. May God bless you, my friend. I appreciate you, more than you know.
Until next time...
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