For those who are new to Healing Well, please let me extend a warm and sincere welcome! You will find that the different forums seem more like families than cold, impersonal groups. Each of us was a newbie at one time and understand how you feel. So please feel right at home and join in any and all conversations.
If you are not new but haven't posted yet...that's fine and we still welcome you with
open arms. Please feel comfortable joining in the conversations and share your ideas and opinions. The more opinions and comments we have to read the more chance of another person seeing it and getting the help that THEY need, whether they post or not either. The more the better seems to work well.
So, in our daily Koffee Klatch we take a tiny part of our day just for what we call ME time. NO one is to interrupt your ME time...lol OK, Chutzie is dreaming again...lol This is a place that is free of the "P" word! Time to share ideas, perspectives and dreams. If you have an idea for a topic feel free to click the little envelope that is lit up under my name...over there. <----- I'll be happy to share your ideas with everyone.
OK, now that it's hours and hours past my bedtime...lol... so let's talk vacations today. Ahhhh, what is YOUR favorite vacation spot? Not your spouse or S/O but if you were to make the choice, where do YOU like to go? Let's make this a real place (as opposed to a dream spot.)
As many of you already know...I love the beach. We go to a small park on the beach and park our trailer and for me there is no therapy in the world that can come near to matching it. Each day must be equal to 10 years of therapy...lol I love to hear the waves for there is something about
them that is so soothing. Walking on the sand is almost mesmerizing and is the tranquility I need. Our life is busy because of kids and grandkids who are here on a daily basis. I love them dearly but hubby and I need our Beach Time or we can't be responsible for what happens next...
Where do YOU love to go?
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Fibromyalgia, Ulcerative Colitis, Insulin dependent diabetic, PTSD, dermatitis herpetiformus, osteoarthritis, collapsed disk, and a few other side dishes.
If you ask what is the single most important key to longevity, I would have to say it is avoiding worry, stress and tension. And if you didn't ask me, I'd still have to say it.