Saturday, February 17, 2018

A Gift

This morning it rained, as we walked the dogs around noon the clouds began to drift apart and soon we could see blue skies and feel sun on our skin.  Within an hour the clouds had returned and with them rain.  It is pouring this evening, but for awhile today we saw the sun.

Today is the first time in over two weeks I have not had to take nausea or vertigo meds.  I hope this is a trend for months to come.  In the meantime my search continues for a neurologist.

Rick and I had dinner at our favorite seafood place tonight.  Wow.  The food is always good on the Gulf Coast but never any better than my Greek grilled seafood platter that I get at Nikki's West in Birmingham.  Simple,  grilled fresh seafood ( crab claws, amber jack, scallops, oysters, shrimp, crab cake) seasoned with olive oil and herbs.   YUMMY!  Greek salad on the side and life is perfect.

With all the rain, we have had wind as well.  Walking the dogs today we picked up broken limbs, that is when I saw the one with plants growing on it.  Isn't it beautiful? Such a wonderful gift.

Tomorrow is Sunday.  May it be filled with peace and much kindness.


  1. I;m glad you are feeling so much better. A nice walk and the a good meal seems to be just the ticket.

  2. The formula for well-being is simple, and known to anyone:
    adequate nutrition/sleep/movement, and minimum stress.

    You could find out, by trial and elimination, within each of the above categories what might cause your symptoms. Doctors will just give you more meds. Meds (especially the steroids) give temporary relief but at a high cost in later years; they don't cure.
    The things I say are based on my own experience.

  3. Isn't Mother Nature just amazing? Cute little baby ferns. I'd be tempted to put them in a big pot so I could watch then grow.

    I'm hoping that you will find a solution to your health problem very soon. Never give up.
    Hugs, Julia

  4. We need rain and the smell of rain is awesome and then the sunshine is so nice