A Quick Note…

Some of you may have noticed that I haven’t posted anything since Sunday, and I mentioned last week that I would be back to regular posting this week. Sadly, my wife had a little sinus infection last week, and being generosity itself, she shared with me, so I’ve been a little under the weather for a couple of days. Today, I am 100 percent better and back to writing, but I decided to start with tomorrow. So, I scheduled the regular posts on the regular schedule for tomorrow and will continue from there.

In the meantime, thank you for all of the wonderful new year’s greetings, and I’ll see you first thing tomorrow morning!


About Don Merritt

A long time teacher and writer, Don hopes to share his varied life's experiences in a different way with a Christian perspective.
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13 Responses to A Quick Note…

  1. Russ P. says:

    Glad to hear it was only the sniffles and not that you were hit by a bus or something worse. 🙂

  2. Hugs to you and you-know-who! 🙂

  3. Tom says:

    Praying for continued healing. Looking forward to your post tomorrow.

  4. Oooooooooooooo still sharing everything at your time of life 🙂

  5. Glad you’re feeling better.

  6. daylerogers says:

    Love that you all share so generously–but praying you both feel better quickly.

  7. gwennonr says:

    Don’t know if this will help, but have you tried honey garlic lemon tea? You want raw honey, fresh lemons or limes, and fresh garlic. As you allow the tea kettle to heat (but not boil), you cut a clove of garlic and juice your citrus. Pour the very hot, not-quite-boiling water over the garlic, and add the juice. Follow it up with a glop (you define glop) of raw honey, and sip slowly. You can drink this several times daily during the course of a virus. The garlic is anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-democrat, anti-republican, anti-bad drivers—Ahem! Let me back track. Garlic kills everything that wants to hurt your health. The garlic and fresh citrus juice work synergistically, powered up even more by beneficial microbes in the raw honey. To pack a more powerful punch, you might also add a few grains of cayenne or other red pepper, a spoon of coconut oil, and/or freshly grated ginger.

    If it happens that your ailment has taken your stomach off line, you can also get volatile garlic oils directly into the bloodstream by coating the bottoms of your feet with an oil barrier (petroleum jelly, rendered lard — whatever you have and whatever feels comfortable at the time) then covering the entire soles of your feet with thin, thin slices of fresh garlic, bound in place by rags and old socks. You generally leave these on overnight. Not only does this kill germs, if your lungs are painfully tight, the garlic will open them right up as well.

    More information can be found in John Heinerman’s amazingly affordable little book: “The Healing Benefits of Garlic”. This was a book I never wanted to read. But I am so glad I did. It has saved me and my family on more than one occasion.

    Anyway, you and your wife will be in my prayers. I hope you are both feeling better soon.

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