Thursday, December 18, 2014

SAD, Seasonal Affective disorder

On my Post-Polio email  alert it says:  "SAD has been associated with low vitamin D3. I take 5000units a day. I don't have SAD and I don't know if supplementing Vitamin D will help but it's cheap. Why suffer? If an antidepressant can help give it a try." POST-POLIO-MED@LISTSERV.ICORS.ORG

Since I started taking D3 1000 lamppost everyday (not prescribing just sharing) I feel and sleep better. 

More on SAD from Mayo Clinic:

Can birds predict weather?

This article Feathered Forecasters brings to mind how our cat used to be in her 'watching the door' wait position even fifteen minutes before my husband walked in, even though his schedule varied. 
In Anthropology, there is evidence of and how people communicated in ancient days miles away from a one another, even knew of a new birth without smoke signals or cell phones. 
There is ample evidence that "telepathy may be a clue to a fundamental biological principle that has played a major part in the evolution" as reported on a The Origin of Speech
In our family, we sense what's going on with one another. 
Here is an interesting article: Telepathy 

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

A must see movie

Spare Parts poster.jpg"Spare Parts" is an essential movie for parents and young people to watch. Hope is the only light in this time when many feel hopeless; education is hard to get, and most parents don't have a trade that they can pass down to their sons or daughters.

Spare Parts

Thursday, December 11, 2014

More Spain!

More photos we took on our trip to Spain last October, gosh it already feels like forever and I am hungry to return.

Corner for our tree?

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Our anniversary photo.

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Turkey and crekk photos.

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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

To my Bill W. friends

Not a spokesperson for any group or person, just sharing my own experience, strength and hope.

Life can be overwhelming and the holidays can be specially hard, filled with memories and soemthimes regrets of "how it was" and "what happend," but if we keep working the program, "one day at a time," we can be grateful of "how it is now" becuase we have gone through a lot and now we have hope. Remember that "This Too Shall Pass"  and all the holiday stuff is not going to last for ever. 

Here are some words form Bill.

Moments of perception can build into a lifetime of spiritual serenity, as I have excellent reason to know.
Roots of reality, supplanting the neurotic underbrush, will hold fast,
despite the high winds of the forces which would destroy us, or which we would use to destroy ourselves.

- As Bill Sees It, p. 173

Thought to Ponder . . .
Few people have the imagination to see reality.

AA-related 'Alconym' . . .
A A = Attitude Adjustment.

Here is a good site for staying in the now on the go: :