remember these? All gone except for one...
Yesterday I got all the inventory unpacked and put away and was able to see what is low and what needs to be replaced. It was very satisfying to note that only one of these scarves were left. A nice stash busting warp and some good income as a result. Win-win!
With the last of the craft fairs done and my cold just about gone it is time to start thinking about the future. With the decision to go ahead with the next sample set my coming days will have a certain amount of structure as I work on planning the projects, ordering the yarn and beginning to generate the text and samples.
But I am also highly aware of the fact that my next treatment is coming up and I decided to take my life into my own hands to a much greater degree. If I had to stop taking most of my nutritional supplements during chemo because they would interfere with the treatment by protecting the cells (yes, even the cancer cells) then obviously taking the supplements must be A Good Thing.
So I booked an appointment with a naturopath who specializes in helping cancer patients with the goal of doubling my remission if I possibly can. I do not want to go through chemo again any time soon so the obvious thing to do is to make sure that I am living as healthy and protected a life as I possibly can.
I picked up a rather lengthy questionnaire and filled it out - now to make lists of all my allergies and nutritional supplement/Rx meds and next Tuesday I'll go find out if what I'm taking is sufficient or if there are gaps that need to be filled.
Currently reading Death of a Lesser Man by Thomas Rendell Curran