2019 August

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August 20, 2019

Each Sunday evening at supper we go around the table and talk about our Hi’s and Lo’s for the week. This has been a tradition for many years and I believe is one of the reasons why we have such a close relationship with Goob even when the times weren’t so great. You know teenagers sometimes think they KNOW IT ALL!!!

Anyways Sunday night we were doing Hi/Lo and Goob always goes first, but just as we ended he comes back and says I have one more Hi – the BodyTalk session you did on me this afternoon it really helped with how I have been feeling lately. He continued to say that he has been feeling different lately and just couldn’t figure out what was going on. The BodyTalk session brought up a few emotional aspects that were directly linked to areas of his body that were causing him some discomfort and now he’s feeling like a million bucks!

I knew something was a little off but like any good momma to a teenager you let it go until they are ready to talk about it because well we all know how that all goes when you push!

I’m proud that he listens to his inner self and doesn’t just stuff it down and hope it doesn’t come back up like most of us do – ME INCLUDED for far too many years!

I’m thankful that I’ve added BodyTalk to my families tool kit as it’s a wonderful addition to the already amazing things we do already.


Isn’t it time you added BodyTalk to your tool kit for overall health and well-being??!!


August 16, 2019

I was driving yesterday and noticed the leaves changing colour on a couple of the trees and immediately I started grumping and complaining that summer is creeping to an end. 

But then I caught myself and started thinking what am I complaining about, seriously fall is an amazing time of year.  The beautiful colours, all of the fresh veggies from the garden, canning, sitting by the fire on cool evenings, comfort foods (oh how I love homemade soup), comfy sweaters, oh heck my list is endless.

Then I took it one step farther and thought of the wonderful things that come with winter, the first snow fall, skating outside, hoar frost, playing board games in front of the fireplace, etc. and then all of a sudden it’s spring and well you get the point.

There is good and bad for every situation in life so be grateful for the things you can do, and don’t worry about the things you can’t.  The same principle can be applied to our seasons: Be grateful for the good things they offer you, as well as the challenging ones.