No More Gas Station and Vitamin D
Oh what a difference a week makes!!!
Last week I wrote the Blog about finding my gas station and a week later, I’ve let go of the entire idea. Last Saturday I spent the day at the Cottage House making popcorn for all the folks that came by to shop. It was a really fun day and I’m very glad I did it. I met some really nice people and it was fun to watch people come out of the house with their new purchases and big smiles on their faces. At least a dozen people commented that they loved coming to the Cottage because it’s like stepping into a whole other world and I knew exactly what they were talking about. That’s what I was hoping to create for people with my place but I realized that day just how much work was involved in putting together something like the Cottage House and that’s why I let go of the idea. I just don’t have the energy to keep The Center going and create a new “happy place.”
Moving on to my next thought is this article that my webmaster emailed me. I really hope you will read it. This whole pandemic thing with the Swine Flu is starting to get crazy.
Monday night in class I channeled a message to the students and one of the messages is that we need to take big doses of Vitamin D and Magnesium during the next 6 months. She didn’t say why and I assumed it was because there wouldn’t be alot of light in winter time, but the next morning, my webmaster, Chris LaFontaine, sent me this really cool article about Vitamin D and the H1N1 virus. Here’s the link:
I’m so aware of how quickly our emotionally charged thoughts are manifesting these days, so please spread the word that there is a solution to this virus. We need to get the positive thoughts out there about it and counter-act all the negativity.
We don’t have to be a bunch of sitting ducks wondering if we’re going to get this virus. You can get Vitamin D in 5000 IU and only take one a day!!!!
I think that’s it for today. It’s raining here in Minneapolis this morning so I’m going to go clean the house!!!
Thanks for checkin’ in.
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