It's been way too long since I've blogged or even checked out all of your blogs. It doesn't mean that I haven't thought about all of you! A lot of things have happened and I just wasn't in the mood to blog. I've thought it about it often though. So here I am, determined not to let so much time pass. I'm also working on being more positive. Life is too short and I'm not getting any younger.
I realize that part of my responsibility as a vegan is not only to help others on becoming and enjoying their life as a vegan but also to help people see why adding more plant foods is so important. So if I even have an impact on one person then I'll be happy.
Let me start by telling you all that I moved with my family up to Northern California just this summer.
I'm still trying to adjust not living as close to the ocean but a least I'm really close to water right? Hey nothing is permanent and I'm sure one day we'll be back .
(I miss this pout)
Next is my son's health. He is 15 and had his third arthroscopic surgery on his meniscus back in the Spring and will need one more soon. The real issue is that we found out he has TMD. He missed the last month of school last spring because he was in so much pain. We've been trying to figure out where his ear pain was coming from and in between going to the ENT, dentist, having oral surgery to remove wisdom teeth, back to the ENT once we moved up here and then the dentist again we found out it is his Temporomandibular joint that is causing jaw, ear pain and headaches. Does anyone of you have TMD? I have it but I don't have it that bad. The night guard, soft foods, massage, hot cold compresses and pain meds don't work at all so far to relieve his pain. I just got him into a chiropractor and have now received a referral to go see a TMJ specialist. It's hard to watch your child be in so much pain. If positive thoughts can be sent on over his way so he might finally get his pain under control that would be wonderful!
On that note I will exit for this post. That way I will have to come back and post food!
May we all be thankful for our health and our pets health.
Peace out. Unt
til next time.