Thanks but in part;
The full, the true Thanksgiving
Comes from the heart.
My heart is bursting this Thanksgiving; I have so much to be grateful for. But most of all that my family will be together — enjoying each other’s company in good health — as we shovel the turkey, cranberries, and stuffing into our mouths. That might not have been the case a few months ago. That’s because my daughter, Jill, had a health crisis that sent her to the hospital for five days, of which three were spent in the Intensive Care Unit. Her life was in danger from a large blood clot in her leg.
Unfortunately, this wasn’t her first health crisis. But thanks to the medical care she received, and to the Bio-Touch sessions I gave Jill when she was discharged, she is on the mend, and doing well. The Bio-Touch sessions helped reduce the residual swelling and pain in her leg, as well as the stress she felt due to being hospitalized.
And now, everything else has been put into proper perspective, because after living through that kind of fear and worry, returning to normalcy feels like being wrapped in a warm, loving hug. Appreciation and gratitude has filled me up, crowding out so many minor irritations of life.
I wish you and yours a healthy, happy, and loved Thanksgiving. May it be a cornucopia filled with all the things you’re grateful for.