Wednesday, August 8, 2018

I'm still here

My favorite season is almost upon us. My vertigo has got better and I've started lazy Keto. No bread or sugar is hard for a southern girl.

 Homer has been diagnosed with Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and Lyme Disease too. Prayers please!

Stupid ticks. It seems like everybody we know has somebody in the family getting one or the other or both. I heard on the radio this morning that the CDC is putting out warnings.

Love you guys Jennifer



7 comments:

  1. hi Jennifer, our family has had great success with Keto and I hope you will as well. Lots and Lots of weight loss and better still, my son-in=law no longer has to take meds for diabetes and he looks fabulous. If you would like to check it out, go to www.ketowithkynda.com. Sorry for tick problem, they are bad here in Michigan also.

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  2. So sorry to hear about Homer's diagnosis - prayers for sure - stupid ticks!! Good luck with your Keto diet - no bread and no sugar would be hard for me, too - and I'm not even close to being a Southern girl - ;))

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  3. I hate to hear that Homer is ill. We have had tropical weather that has the weeds growing like crazy. We keep a portion of the yard "wild" for the critters. The weeds are taller than I have ever seen them and I don't want to go in to cut them because I fear ticks. My grandson did the Keto diet and lost a lot. My daughter is doing it now and she has lost a lot of weight.. A LOT. Good luck. Glad to see you post.
    xx, Carol

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  4. I am glad you are doing better with the vertigo. I can only imagine how difficult that must be to live with.
    Poor Homer. I hope he is being compliant with the treatment rules.
    I HATE ticks. I almost wrecked the car when I saw one on my left arm as I was driving home from my walk one day. UGH. (that one died!)
    Keto- no, I am as Southern as a buttered biscuit and cornbread.

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  5. Leto? Life is to short to spend it depriving yourself. Just focus on being healthy! A day with no vertigo is one to celebrate. It’s like tinnitus, they don’t have a cure. Just stay comfortable.Ticks abound here too. My husband has removed 4 this year, and now won’t go on his usual walking path.

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  6. You have been gone a while! Vertigo is simply awful! I hope yours goes away real soon. I don't know what Leto is, but going to look it up. Sounds like something I need! Ticks are terrible here too but not as bad this year as most summers. What is that new found tick they've been talking about on the news...called (I think) the "long horn" tick?

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  7. So happy your back. Prayers will be said for Homer. Hope to keep in touch with you. Take care of yourself and all those you love.

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