the good of today

...and this evening:

-My jaw is finally starting to loosen up. I attribute this to God (first), stretching with ice + prayer, MSM, and bromelain - both have anti-inflammatory properties. Who knew? Oh - and aloe vera and fish oil, both excellent for joints, too.
-Admiring Jen's new "bit of honey" notebook. I don't need one right now, but isn't it charming? I'm loving the "coffee" notebook I purchased from her a few months ago.
-This quote (possibly a repeat here) from a book I will read during Lent:

"You can't conceive, my child, nor can I or anyone, the appalling strangeness of the mercy of God."
[Graham Greene]

-We had a reverse osmosis water filter installed under the kitchen sink. Brita pitcher, you have been good to us, but it's time to say goodbye.
-Organic chai.
-Lots of natural peanut butter (maybe too much).
-Securing my purchase from Nicole's shop.
-A long nap with Harley curled up to my back.
-The nap was necessary because as of today, I'm taking three Nystatin pills. This may not seem major to y'all, but I assure you, it's huge. I used to only tolerate dips of powder on the end of a toothpick, so three capsules is quite an improvement. I attribute this again to God, the kind prayers of family and friends, and the many times my coach-Dad said, "No pain, no gain."
Thanks, Dad.
-Quality time with periodicals today. I was super inspired by dwell ~ the bungalow + modern add-on in Austin, TX, and the small box home in Norway. Also, the owners of the Austin home have a daughter named Genevieve and the Dad plays drums. DW drums, even - one of Johnny's favorites.
-More reading tonight, and lots of choices.

[hmm, it really is time to work on my photos. Will do soon. No fretting here.]


Christine said...

That is so neat about the family in Austin with the daughter Genevieve and the dad playing drums! I believe it with you, Jenni. So SO glad you are starting to see the healing process!

jenni said...

Thank you, Stine!