October 26, 2012
In the continuing saga of peripheral neuropathy (PN), the short sharp pains were almost absent yesterday (Thank God) and replaced by stronger aches in my feet and lower legs.
Tried ringing bells in a bell choir last night, D, Eb, and E, at the Chapel of St. Andrew. This also includes chimes of the same notes. It’s actually more difficult than it looks, but I’m getting the hang of it. I haven’t figured out whether all that standing helped or hurt the ache in my feet. I’ll stick with it either way.
Slept quite well last night, even through the blowing gusts of Hurricane Sandy that is giving us a glancing blow at the tropical storm level.
On Wednesday, I have my next blood draw to see how I’m doing. If my numbers remain good, I’ll continue with my curcumin therapy (still at 6 g/day). If they don’t seem as good, Warren and I will discuss my therapy options, that will, in this instance, most likely lead to a stem cell transplant early next year.
Thank you, Lord Jesus, for my healing.
Thank you lord Jesus??? Why did he send MM our way??
Hi Alex – I’m sorry that you think that the bad in this world is sent by Jesus. In my opinion, Jesus does not want anything bad to happen to any of us. Jesus loves all of us. The bad happens because it happens – either from the poor choices made by us or others, or through natural causes. So yes, I pray to Jesus for healing, because he can and does heal and it is important in this healing process to thank him for the healing we receive. This is true whether the healing be a miracle or incremental. You and I may or may not receive a miracle, but we do receive healing, whether or not we believe. We may not recognize our healing at first, but it is there. May I add you to my prayer list?