Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Updates and Stuff

I have stopped reading the Daily Bible online. Not intentionally. Stuff just happens. One day you're too tired so you skip and promise to catch up, then some time goes by while you're in denial, then finally you admit that you've given up. It seems too hard to catch up since the reading is divided by calendar days, so I'd have to figure out the last day I read and then go back and try to catch up. It would be easier if, instead of starting on January 1st, it just started at "Day One" and continued from there. Maybe I'll contact the folks and suggest that they add that method to the daily reading.

I'm still taking the Verma-Plus and will start taking the Para-Key soon. I was supposed to take three doses of the Verma-Plus each day, and on an empty stomach. I think I said before that that's harder than it sounds. I usually ended up taking two at the most. Sometimes only one. So it has lasted longer than expected. It's in liquid form, which makes it harder to transport, so I never carried it to work with me. The Para-Key is capsules, so I will be better about taking that.

I completely forgot about the Activia. There are four servings left in my fridge that I will eat, eventually.

I haven't noticed any difference in my, um, intestinal goings on. And I haven't been any less sleepy. That's the reason I started this regimen. I read that chronic fatigue could be caused by intestinal parasites. And the Verma-Plus and Para-Key are supposed to eliminate them. Of course I'll report back once I've started and/or finished the Para-Key.

My "The View" blog isn't going as well as I'd hoped. Before the election I had a LOT to say about the "Hot Topics," especially some of the things Elisabeth said. Now it seems there really isn't that much to say. But I'll keep it up. Eventually Elisabeth someone will say something stupid, or omit something important, or wear something that should have stayed in the back of the closet, and I'll have something to rant about.

Some folks have commented that they don't like the look of my personal website, so I'm going to design a more upbeat, alternative version. When you visit my website, you'll have the choice of the minimalist version or the cheery version! Hey, why not? I love using my computer for that sort of thing. (Which reminds me that I was going to design some signs for work but have forgotten.) I'd love to do something like the home page on Dolly Parton's website, but I don't have that sort of talent or that sort of software! Her intro is very sparkly! I like sparkly!

1 comment:

Rev. CMOT TMPV said...

Dolly Parton has a great set of software that very few people could compete with. Still.... :D