Nurturing Thursday, a day to stop and think about what you’ve been doing to nurture your precious self, or our wondrous planet.
For the longest time, my legs have bothered me, a kind of ongoing draggy discomfort. I’ve often wondered if this is where the remnants of Fibromyalgia settled. I have experienced massage, Reiki, visualization, hot baths with Epsom Salts and probably other things that don’t come to mind right now, and each has helped. Yet the discomfort returns now and then. Recently, the healer I go to, after once again relieving me of all pain, via distance healing, reminded me to care for my feet.
Hmmmm, perhaps the worn out slippers I’ve been wearing around the house are not the best of choices. So, I set out in search of something new, comfortable, and with a wee bit of support for my beleaguered feet. Having worn Dr. Scholl’s clogs way back in the 1970s, I have a fond affinity for their footwear.
I wore them for years and years. Now that I’ve found out they still make them, hmmmmmmmmmmm. But I digress, last Friday, I found a pair, made of leather, in a wide width – both prerequisites – and the price was right.
I’ve been wearing them since and am quite happy with the fit and comfort as well as the knowing that I’m doing something, daily, to nurture my feet. I have been using the box they came in to store some stuff and, a couple of days ago, I burst out laughing when I noticed the label on the side of the box:
Is that priceless or what? I am literally walking in truth! Oh, the Divine has an amazing sense of humour, no?
(Nurturing Thursday is the heart child of Becca and she inspires us, each week, to