Such A God Made Day

I’m learning that sometimes you have to experience a really bad day in order to recognize a really good day. Well, based on what I recently experienced I’m having a really good day. My new medication has my itching under control. I’m having to take it every 6 hours and keep all my skin moisturized around the clock. Also, no more long hot baths for me since the water dries my skin out and the heat only stimulates more breakouts. Cool water is calming, but even it I can only stay in for so long.

My stimulator and medications allowed to me to get over 13 hours of sleep during a 19 hour window. I just spent over an hour in the pool that soothed my skin. My mind and body are so much calmer than usual. I have to accept that my nerves will always be an issue. I’ve just got to learn how to live life to the fullest despite my issues. Honestly, that’s really hard to do when you’re stuck in extreme torment for hours and hours.

So now my goal is to do my best to stay proactive in hopefully preventing the extreme. Even with my present fatigue I feel so relieved. I’m just so grateful to God for some answers, relief, rest, and peace. It’s amazing how long it can take to fully discover the root of your symptoms. Every one of mine root back to nerve damage that has wreaked havoc all over. But, today God has calmed the storm and His child. All glory to God for working through doctors, medications, and for certain the prayers of so many. Today is a “GOD” made day for sure.

“Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.” (James 1:17)

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