Archive for the ‘healing’ Category

March 29th, 2020

Your Comment on How Can We Help One Another During the Coronavirus Outbreak?

Your Comment on How Can We Help One Another During the Coronavirus Outbreak?

The New York Times published me in their Comment section and I would like to share with you my suggestions. I hope they will help you in this time of confusion and uncertainty. We will all get through this most precious ones. Do not be sad. Keep Love and Joy in your heart. Help and love one another. The best thing you can do for you and your loved ones is staying home. That will save lives.

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Pama L | Alabama
What about riding bikes or reading books? When we were kids we used to have great imaginations. I’m not sure kids today have that. What about hiking in the mountains? Taking walks in the neighborhood. What about taking drives out in the country? Are all these things taboo now? What about doing some crafts and painting on canvas. Being creative for children and teenagers? Making things? Find out who’s birthdays are coming up and make them something they would cherish the rest of their lives. How about writing a letter to a cousin, aunt or uncle, or grandparent or do you have a book inside you you have thought about writing and never have sat down and started it? I have a 14-year-old grandson who is a great writer. I am a grandparent and I know I would love to get a letter from them. I think young people could entertain themselves if they would just let their imagination flow.

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April 17th, 2018

At Peace!!!

At Peace!!!

I am going into my 5th month since Justine passed in November. I seem to be at peace with my situation and trying to move on and have a life. I seem to want to keep busy all the time. Doing this and doing that.

I think the greatest thing I am doing for myself that is making me feel at peace,  is being a caregiver to a sweet little 88 year old woman who has dementia. She is a hoot and we get along great. We have many of the same interests. I have only been doing this a month, but taking care of her a few hours a day has changed my life and has given me peace within in some strange way.


In many of my past lives I have been a caregiver in one form or another. This must be my calling in life. I have been a caregiver to three of my partners who passed from cancer. That is 44 years of my life being with anther person who at the end needed care giving. I am not a Christian by any means, but I am very spiritual and totally believe in God and know that there is a place to go beyond death. I am AT PEACE!

I think everyone needs to be at peace with their lives at one point. Sometimes it takes allot of living to be at peace with yourself. It took me a life time of many lessons to get to this point. In August I will be 70 and it has taken me this long to be at peace with myself and my life. We all have our lessons to learn in our life span. I hope that you can see what you have accomplished in your life time and the changes that has taken place for you.

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July 16th, 2017

Cancer and Living With Cancer On A Daily Basis!









Cancer and Living With Cancer On A Daily Basis!

Cancer is one of the most brutal and cruel diseases on the planet. This is my third partner with cancer. The first two died. This partner is fighting and moving forward in her healing and fight to not let it get her down.

Cancer Diagnosis

Two years ago her first cancer diagnosis was stage 4 thyroid cancer. Her surgery consisted of removing the thyroid, along with some lymph nodes and a jugular vein. Four months later the cancer tumor started growing back between her esophagus and her spine. It was closing off her swallowing and she was getting to the point where she was unable to barely swallow food. Her ENT doctor recommended a specialist in Birmingham who did a surgery that was not done here in Huntsville. A total laryngectomy which included the removal of her voice box. They also took a flap from her arm and rebuilt her esophagus because they had to remove her original esophagus. They had to graft skin from her thigh onto her arm. after being in and out of the hospital from infections and calcium over does she finally straightened out to a livable but hard condition. She is now 78. You can imagine how difficult this was, but she is a fighter and trooper through all this.

Losing Loved Ones from Cancer!

I had already lost two partners from cancer, you can imagine my reaction when my partner was told she had stage four thyroid cancer. My first thought was that I wanted to commit suicide. I did not want to have to go through this horrible ordeal again. What is God thinking? Why am I learning these lesson in one life span? Can’t I learn one lesson in each life span? Why am I the one who is always watching the person that is most important in my life die a horrible death? When her cancer came back the second time I pulled up my britches along with her two sons and family and we pulled through this one. The doctor said that they got all the tumor so therefore no extra treatments were needed. Just to keep an eye out and keep track of how she is progressing.

Cancer CT Scans!

Scheduled for her first CT to make sure that cancer had not come back. Prior to that, she had a swollen lymph node come up on her neck. She did not tell me about this when it happened but waited until the appointment for her first CT. The doctor was concerned and wanted to remove it and do a biopsy. She agreed before thinking about it and was under the impression it was going to be an outpatient procedure and nothing to it. The more we got into it the more it felt like possible major surgery might be involved. She decided to cancel it and decided that she did not want to be bothered with any more medical procedures. She had had enough.

ENT for Cancer Screening!

She wanted her regular doctor to take over her care of keeping an eye out on her cancer. They sent her back to see her ENT specialist here. Her doctor examined the swollen lymph node. He recommended that she do a needle biopsy to check if it had cancer. She decided she did not want to know and take one day at a time. You can imagine the daily fear but she is so brave. You would not know that fear is involved.

This has been a stressful journey for both of us. Healing sessions on her have held off my depression. I no longer feel I need the help of medication.  So I will continue to do the healing session on her plus she has agreed to take Frankincense, in hope that this will keep her cancer at bay and it will never return.


September 19th, 2013

Healing The Natural Way

Healing the Natural Way

I love doing everything the natural way when at all possible. Here is something I believe will help all of us.

Healing the Natural Way~

By, Lady Jenny

Good day my loving Family…with cold and flu season well on it’s way here in the states, here are a few remedy’s for a sore and scratchy throat.

Follow This Great Recipe

Garlic – Gargle 2x daily with a solution of 6 pressed garlic cloves mixed into a glass of warm water(not hot). Take for 3 days. Garlic has natural anti-microbial properties that fight bacteria.

Salt Water – Gargle with a solution of 1 tsp. salt to 8oz. warm water to aid in relieving a sore throat.

Spice Tea with Honey and Lemon – Mix a clove bud(clove ia also a natural antiseptic and fights infection) with 1/4 tsp.powdered ginger root and 1/8 tsp of cinnamon(used to fight inflammation). Juice of 1/2 a lemon. Infuse the tea with 2 cups of boiling water. Stir in 4 tsp.of honey(soothes irritation). Sip throughout the day until your throat feels better*