Another is that my husband is now nearly medication free.
Oranges have never tasted as sweet as they do these days, since processed sugar is out of my diet. Another remarkable change for me has been the ability to eat foods I could never eat before.
Cantaloupe is one of the biggest feats lately. I really needed to incorporate it into my diet. I gave it a try and was able to eat it without being utterly repelled. Prior, cantaloupe left a terrible aftertaste that I’ve never been able to tolerate. Now, I can eat it without problem and the added potassium to my diet from a natural food source has been helping to combat some physical challenges.
This summer, a mystery vine popped up in the garden between the tomatoes and lettuce. Much to my surprise it turned out to be cantaloupe. Perfect timing for me.
My hope with this new change of taste is to be able to eat watermelon, too. So far, it’s a no-go, but God willing, I’ll be able to tolerate it by next summer.
This month’s featured painting is Crimson Stream, an 8x10 framed acrylic on canvas board. It’s a black and white with a dash of red flowers along a woodland stream. It represents the costly price that was paid at Calvary and is included in the theme of Crimson Timber Trail, which has been sold.
Both sides shown. Click here to view the images in the on-site gallery.
This month’s featured medallion is two-sided, a red gothic-cross on a background of green. The paper used in making it has cursive writing on it, adding to the interest. It’s fastened to a red-hemp, slip-knotted string, with a hand-crafted black-hemp bead embellishment.
God bless you, thanks for the read and hope to see you back again next month!
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