These last few weeks have been an extrem challenge to say the least . I had lower back surgery to help reduce the constant pain in my legs and lower back.
I feel like this in combination with walking and physical therapy I will reduce the pain significantly.
I'd like to hurry up and get the neck done this year because I don't want to have to pay this kind of money for surgery again.
I could have a convection wall mounted oven top of the line that I could make mouth watering dishes with.
I try not to think about what I could have. Instead I am focusing on the positive.
My toes don't feel like they are constantly being stuck with pins and needles.
My hips are still having issues and after talking with the spinal doc I know it's because of a weak core.
What does all of this have to do with food?
Let me tell you.
My wonderful sweet husband and oldest son don't understand how important organic, low sodium soup is to me.
After surgery, anyone who has been through this can tell you the same thing, your tummy is all wonky so soup, yogurt and easy foods make everything better.
Before surgery I made a weeks worth of veggie soup with a pinch of barely for some gerth.
On side note I'm finding organic local gluten items like barley don't affect me like the mass production products.
Back to the soup, after I finished making it, I divided it into as many servings as I had those awesome freezer to microwave glass dishes by Anchor something. I made it a week on crackers, yogurt, and soup.
I saw the doc today. I found out walking is good. The fatigue will slowly go away, hopefully this cold will to.
I'm starting to think about whole meals again.
I'm pulling out the cook books today to plan a few meals.
Wish me luck