A Grateful Spring

As the last half of May plays out I am reminded time and again of springtime growing up. From fresh-cut lawns and hay to flowers that bloom only in the Spring here in Texas. Heavy rainfall is normal in our area in the Fall and Spring and is almost always welcome.

Trees of Green

Trees of Green

All of the trees have taken on their summer wear (leaves) and could not be more lovely. The grasses have made their mark in all shades of green, emerald and lime colors providing the eyes with carpets of colors far exceeding in beauty, the brown grasses of winter.

Birds call out to known and unknown mates, and even the hummingbirds have made it back to the feeders. This spring so far around the house there have been deer, coyotes, snakes, rabbits, raccoons, turkeys, frogs, lizards, mice, squirrels and all kinds of birds including a first for me, a hummingbird nest.

All types of Hummingbirds drop by.

All types of Hummingbirds drop by.

Much like everything in life how we perceive anything makes all the difference in our experience of it. I refuse to consider the oncoming Summer temps, misquotes and grasshoppers. Today I choose to focus on the things I love about living where I do and hope you too are grateful.

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Bluebonnets BluebonnetsEvery Springtime

Birthing of Nutritional Truths.

What began as a personal experiment turned into a quest for truths and then came the need to share much of what I have learned with as many folks as I can. Deciding to write Nutritional Truths and then actually delivering on that decision exposes one to their ways-of-being in life. There is much room for organization and I could not live with myself without publishing what I had learned. This book for me, as it seems for many, is not a finish line, but rather my starting line.

If I waited till I had reached some level of perfection in my own life, it may have never happened. Realized last summer out in the deserts of Arizona that my life’s purpose going forward is to educate about illness and wellness. Still don’t have anywhere near all the answers, likely never will, but the ones I now know are in the book.

I have witnessed too many family members, friends and colleagues dying needlessly and often at far too young an age. Many of them from heart disease and cancer. I learned that while they were likely oblivious to their own contributions to their illness, they were also in the dark about various effective solutions for what ailed them. While not pointing any fingers, as I would have four pointed right back at me, it is important for us to know how we can shift the crosshairs of disease off of us through informed choices and actions.

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