I am again disturbed by numbers found on the blood sugar monitor so the word “confuse” is a great fit for my today’s experience and subsequent 100 word challenge. I decided to seek clarification from my old Webster’s New World Thesaurus. The words I found were confound , upset, befuddle and perplex. The great thing is that I have another 50 words to clear up my thoughts. I am standing on my treadmill looking into my bookcase that is filled with my nursing career memories but I know that things were quite different in the golden olden days so today I am confused.
The small slit of sunrise on a cloudy day. I walk out and see the the roofs and tree tops and I imagine this scene being my brain scrambled by the thoughts of learning how to live with a diagnosis of “insulin dependent living.” It is a life style change and I know the choice will be to glimpse the beginning sun and the healing effect instead of the dark clouds.The source of joy comes from knowing that the sun will continue to rise in the east and set in the west because choices change me and not the skies.
This is a writing in my seven situations series. Today we are preparing to reach out to the Diabetes Educator classes to help us along the way of survival words of wisdom. I decided I would do a pre test on what I did not learn about the technology of giving insulin. I have been a registered nurse for 48 years but it is an old school process that is now in need of updates and rewiring for our revelation and reach. So what I want you to see in the picture is Hope, Faith, Thanks and Butterflies. Wy Woods Harris
My Honey Si and I are starting a new day/way with the introduction of Insulin into our home. I have chosen to use the daily prompt word to write our journey for the next seven days. We are both in sticker shock with the cost of new monitor, strips, lancets and the fancy Pen of Long lasting insulin. I have already reached out to some of my blogging buddies for advice and encouragement. I hope you will tolerate me for these next 700 words which will allow me to share what I learn and put together a diabetes education wellness journal.
I use this application because I enjoy any kind of honey and I am constantly reading ingredients to make sure the label reads pure honey. I know that I do eat more than the recommended daily dose to meet my craving. So I think you will ask me , “What is the spiritual lesson you are trying to explore?” I am very happy you asked.
I am thinking about my spiritual journey that changed as I found my self in a low place recently. I used honey as a way to conquer the physical and writing for conquering the spiritual craving.
http://wp.me/p70Yt2-9V I am listening to the words with my soul and spirit so that I can write some words of welcome to the ministry of music. I am using the happiness of a group of people running through a fountain in the park. My children traveled to Maryland and they brought back 147 digital images of their fun times. I send my inspired gratitude to Lantern Words as I read, write what I see and hear for my #WysWaysofWellness. The continual challenge of change is sometimes placed in a well of deep thought and a muse of melody.