“What if she’s doing it wrong?” Cal guided the group toward a toasty seat by the fireplace. “I mean… she did pull that newsletter from the mailbox this morning. Can you believe even C is sending out newsletters these days?” Urania raised her spotty eyebrows. “C didn’t send the newsletter — a competing healthcare provider did. Medicine and healthcare are now viewed as commodities like corn nuts, grape soda, and toilet paper. If one provider can convincingly market their service and care as superior … they might get more patients, and earn more moola for their non-profit.”
To have faith is a beautiful thing. I agree I don’t feel like having thoughts is going to affect who gets C and who doesn’t. We have thousands of thoughts each and every day! But I do feel strongly about being filled with gratitude, because when you are grateful you cannot be negative at all. Grateful for you, grateful for the sharing of your journey, and grateful that you are closer to the finish line with C and it’s annoying infusions. Cure!
Wonderful news about you getting treatment. Good things and bad things happen to everybody all the time. They are all learning experiences that help us travel life's highway.
Woo-Hoo! That’s fabu in my book!
Hurrah for meaty blood! And yes, dark times do some. We do the best we can to navigate them - breathe in breathe out. Sending lots of love, K
T-shirt: “Whenever somebody says I look familiar, I smile and say, ‘I do porn.’” 😁
The dog in the sketch doesn't look grouchy, IMHO; more... thinking. Remembering. Trying to remember. "Butterflies... tasty? Not tasty? Hmmm..."