I would go so far as to say that practicing gratitude even as you complain about your aches and pains is acceptable and proper. God understands. – Linda Palmer
There are days when diabetes is difficult, or fibromyalgia is frustrating, or migraines are mischievous – but this is one of those rare days when it all hits at the same time! WIPE OUT!!! My fasting blood sugar was horrible because my other conditions are present. The second I woke up I felt my head playing “Wipe Out” and knew that Excedrin Migraine would be among the morning drugs I’d take.
When my first foot hits the floor I say ‘Thank’ and when my second foot hits I say ‘You’. Then I say ‘Thank You’ all the way to the bathroom. A grateful heart is the key to happiness. – Roma Downey
On days like this, when my health is such a challenge, I’m still grateful to be alive – to be living. I’ll admit that I wanted to go back to sleep – and I really wanted to lie back down when I tried to get out of bed and every joint in my body felt like burning coals. I will practice gratitude – yes, even today. God is good – all the time!
We have a storm moving into our area. I do not watch the weather – I don’t have to. When I feel this bad I know the humidity is very high and we have some rain moving in. I’m more reliable than any weather man. I should get the weather man’s paycheck. LOL!!!
I’m alive to complain – praise God!!! I am grateful.
God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. – Psalm 46:1
Now – I have to stop looking at this computer. The light sears my brain – right behind my right eye. Tomorrow is a new day. I will find comfort today in the knowledge that God is my refuge and strength! 🙂