Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Thoughts To Ponder

I know I owe everyone an update on my health.

Here's the (very) shortened version until I have time to really explain:

My culture came back negative for everything.

GREAT news.

However, now it's hard to have a game-plan since we really don't know what's wrong.

I met with a wonderul nutritionist at the Woodinville Women's Clinic and she put me on the path to cleaning out my intestines/stomach/bowels.

Bland foods, a few suppliments (that I can't remember the name of, off the top of my head - oh, one is Goldenseal), and lots of liquids.

At any rate ... the point of this post:

I have a new nightly tradition. I am in love with Yogi Tea. Each tea bag comes with a thought to ponder. Each time I open up the container, I can't wait to see what the tea bag says.

I love my thought to ponder for tonight:

"Let your manners speak for you."


Here are others I've enjoyed:

  • "Life is a flow of love; your participation is requested."
  • "Socialize with compassion and kindness."
  • "Your soul is your highest self."
  • "When ego is lost, limit is lost."
  • "Let your manners speak, your deeds prove and your delivery impress."
  • "I am beautiful, I am bountiful, I am blissful."
  • "A relaxed mind is a creative mind."
  • "Live from your heart, you will be most effective."
  • "Love what is ahead by loving what has come before."

I can't pick one favorite. I want to rip open each envelope in my box and read them all.

So, my nightly tradition has become a cup of Yogi Tea, relishing in my thought to ponder, and two Trader Joe's (Gluten Free) Ginger Snaps (I used to eat Gluten Free which is a whole other post some time but I know all the great Gluten Free foods if you're interested).

I just about flipped my lid tonight when I finally read the nutritional label and saw that a serving size is 5 cookies! I've been robbing myself of 3 cookies the last few nights!

What a shame.

Never done that before!

Ok, so try some Yogi Tea and enjoy your thought to ponder.

The world would be a really pretty place if we all drank Yogi Tea and put thier advice into action.

P.S. I got my Yogi Tea at PCC and the Ginger Snaps at Trader Joe's. Whole Foods also has awesome Gluten Free Ginger Snaps.

1 comment:

Eve said...

Awesome! I'm going to go buy some Yogi tea today. Those are great thoughts to ponder indeed. Thanks Lisa