Sorry I haven’t written, but I’ve been feeling so great that I started catching up on my life. In addition, business has been increasing, and I’m starting a new venture. I can sit now, so I’m able to do things I couldn’t do. Tomorrow I will be able to go kayaking. Kayaking is what keeps me sane. That and my friends.
Right now I’m taking cbd oil daily. It continues to give me energy and focus. It keeps me focused and energtic, and when it’s run out of steam, I know that it’s time to take another dose. I’ve been using cbd oil that you put under your tongue (sublingual), a dose in the morning and one late afternoon. Now I’m trying different kinds: this morning I took a liquid gel capsule (like you get omega 3 from fish) that is supposed to last all day. I’ll let you know. I also have two other friends trying it, one with chronic pain and one with acute short term pain from an auto accident (she was the middle car in a three car pile up. Ouch!).
Yesterday I tried a paste in a tube that is supposed to click when the portion you need comes out. Three of us tried that (My friends are so wonderful! They are always will to be part of my science experiments. I always serve adult beverages to entice them.) None of us are impressed. It’s messy, dark, gets all over everything when you try to serve it, and the stuff comes out independent of any click. I’ll continue to try this one when the capsules are done.
That’s the report for the cbd oil. Today I’m heading to a bbq at a home that I have listed. I love the owners – I helped them buy the house, and they are the most incredible family! But they are headed back to Texas, and if you’ve ever been there, you’ll know why they want to go back. Their families are there, and people are so nice! Decades ago, I took a bus from San Antonio to Spring. I guess I had that out of state glow – I was visiting from Atlanta – because I never sat alone. When one of my seatmates got up, the next one sat down next to me. Besides learning about Texas, I was favored with tips on fishing, baking, gardening, you name it. All ages and kinds of people entertained me on the long bus ride.
The South is like that. It’s why I can never leave. It’s where I learned how to love.