I'm still dealing with the same issues in my apartment, but not as bad. Every now and then, the cigarette smell gets bad though, and I choke to death. I'm still waiting for an apartment. Meanwhile, I'm still alive. This cancer hasn't got me yet, but I'm very strict on what I eat now, to keep it from growing. My blood markers were sky high in Nov. I'm hoping to get them down when I go to my doctor again in October or Nov. I eat only organic now. All Gluten free and no meat or dairy, or SUGAR! I am using my Nutri bullet, to make smoothies every day. Lots of fresh, organic veggies, and some fruits. I'm doing okay. I feel good. No pain. I've lost 50 lbs. since last April 1st. I eat an Avocado every day and I cook my own organic beans. I eat plenty of seeds and nuts, so I get plenty of protein. I keep my body alkalized. It keeps the cancer cells from growing. It's true. We are what we eat, and what we eat is what causes lots of our illnesses. Nutrition can cure us. Not Chemo or Radiation. I always refused both. It will be five years since my surgery, on Nov. 22nd. I can't wait to send that doctor a card, telling him I'm still alive, when he said I wouldn't last a year, because the cancer had spread to my liver.
Hope everyone is doing okay out there in Blogger Land. I will have to check out some blogs. I just haven't had much time lately, it seems.
Enjoy some of my wildlife pictures!
This is Tilly, one of the twins that were born three years ago. I never see Milly. Tilly still comes over near my bedroom window, but on top of the rock wall, on the grass area. She will wag her tail and get all excited. I throw her some pieces of organic carrots. She loves them.
There are about four or five gray squirrels around again. Hope I get to see some baby ones this year.
This red squirrel showed up too. He was fine for a month, then was missing for over a week. When he showed up, his eye was injured badly. I didn't see him for 16 days and he showed up again. This is the last day I saw him and hoping he will come back again, just so I know he's still alive. He'll never see out of that eye again. But he's healthy and fast!
This is one of two chipmunks out there. I didn't see any till late April, so wasn't sure if I was ever going to. They are so cute. There's one male and one female, so hoping to see baby ones in early summer!
The moon in May.
Tilly's eyes and nose. It was quite warm and the flies were bothering her.
Tilly in front of the lilacs.