So GG is just getting back into the swing of things after the mold move.
It was a grueling task and thanks to those who stepped forward to help.
Once of the first things I’ve noticed is that when you get out of Fawnskin, it is much easier to get around and people tend to drop in or invite you to visit.
The views are to be had outside of the neighborhood since GG is in a “normal” neighbor and surrounded by dwellings.
In contrast to the party perch, I have to walk a little to see what is happening with both wildlife and weather.
But in my neighborhood here on the North Shore, I have six pals within walking distance.
And although it took a few days, I began ambling again a couple of days ago.
Although yesterday was a bit cold and I ended up in meetings instead.
Meanwhile, my chiropractor has been busy getting me sorted out, and although I found it hard to believe, several people have commented how different I look already.
Now some of that might be due to all the additional exercise I got.
Lugging boxes up the stairs and then tromping back down for the next load seemed to work wonders since my muscle tone is better and my pants are slipping off of me.
But the main thing that I’ve noticed the inflammation so rampant of late has almost disappeared.
One of the things few talk about is that when mold,or other forces impact your immune system, is that things go haywire and, in my case, inflammation set in.
It showed up as edema in the lower extremities, and because my original doctor was remiss in investigating, at one point it went full body.
Anyway, I’ve been out of the moldy house about ten days now and have started on the supplement regime.
Mold in the body is treated a lot like yeast or fungus.
Sadly, not a lot of doctors are familiar with treatment since it comes under the environmental medicine specialty.
At the moment I am waiting on a book written by some people who healed from their mold exposure to see what else might be done.
The scary thing is that a lot of people who were helping in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina were impacted by mold–not just residents but the volunteers.
The upside is that they learned a lot and I hope to be able to add their findings to mine.
Anyway, I know you are wondering what is happening over in Fawnskin where things have continued without me.
Although I have to say that gossip was heard over at the Teddy Bear.
It was being spread by some Fawnskin Folks that left the North Shore for the day.
Heh, heh, heh…just remember that snoops report to GG from all over the valley!
Meanwhile, back in Fawnskin…
The Christmas Tree lighting went on despite the inclement weather.
I pondered attending and then decided it is best just to close the door and begin new adventures.
Food, frivolity and Santa were all part of the festivities.
Then, because Fawnskin Folks like to party, locals kicked up their heals over at the holiday potluck and gift exchange at the Old Miller Park School House.
But the big news of the week was a bit more personal.
Post Master Mike went missing which always creates a bit of a stir.
However, the reason was because he became a proud grandpa on Thursday, December 5th.
His new grand daughter Madilyn Rose Davis arrived in early December as anticipated.
PM Mike was a good grandpa and showed up for the event and to help out.
Congratulations to the entire family!
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