B12 and acid reflux

I know some of you can recall me asking if anyone ever tasted some strange taste that you could even smell. No one but you could smell the odor. I had been having some horrible acid reflux and the doctor had put me on meds for it, it still didn’t help. I started taking a 1000 mcg of B12 each night and my acid reflux is almost non existent. I have no idea what it does, but B12 has helped a lot. Just thought I’d share that with you folks.


What are you afraid of?

grim-reaper-656083_960_720 Cats are not the only curious ones, humans are just as bad. We rebel against what science can’t explain and yet we seek it at the same time. We’re afraid and still brave enough to seek after the unexplained.

What are you afraid of? We all have our phobias, mine is drowning. I love the water, yet the thought of drowning makes me cringe.

I’m sure there are some unique fears that I have never entertained. What is yours?


How age changes our wants.

I use to laugh when folks would say, “You just wait till your old, everything changes.” Well, it does, in more ways than one. I use to think this little one horse town had nothing to offer. I wanted to go somewhere exciting, like LasVagas, the town that never sleeps!

I was a product of the baby boomer age. Now at fifty eight, I have a whole new prospect on things. I love peace and quiet, I don’t like to go much, and I’m to tired to care! I seldom wear makeup anymore, when I do I wipe it off because I am so blind I can’t see what I am doing. I figure it probably looks like something Freddie Cougar would do!

I use to say, “If I ever move, it will be somewhere where there isn’t a ton of trees.” Now, I sit on my porch and look at my overgrown wooded area. I watch the birds, squirrels, chipmunks, ground hogs and raccoons playing in them. I have my own little piece of paradise.

I use to be jealous of friends with tons of friends. Now all I want is my select few and my family. My wish list has gotten smaller, the only thing I wish for now is a healthy and happy family.

There is something to be said about growing older, you don’t take things as seriously as you did in youth. The hair doesn’t have to be perfect, the body can have a few extra pounds, you can say ALMOST what you want and folks just think you’re senile! You get senior discounts and someone to help  you load your groceries if you look like your struggling enough.