Full moon rising
Wesley and I were discussing last night what changes we noticed since we’ve started doing mold avoidance. I know these are some of the things that you guys probably wonder as well. I will start with a change that I noticed when we went camping in Idaho and Montana back in August and then came back to Iowa- I started having pretty constant heart pain. Unless I am being exposed to one of the toxins were trying to avoid or a moldy building I don’t get that anymore. My fingers, wrists, ankles and feet don’t hurt anymore. My mood is a lot less variable and extreme with far less angry outbursts. I can tolerate more foods without symptoms. My bowel movements are healthier. My memory works and my name data base doesn’t have frequent failures. I am less sensitive to EMFs. I am less sensitive to chemicals and smells. I can wear clothes and sleep on bedding straight from Walmart not washed. I kind of think that’s quite an accomplishment actually because the stuff stinks like Walmart. My energy is good and walking 6 to 7 1/2 miles a day isn’t something that wipes me out. Back in Iowa I could walk our 4 mile walk but I was always kind of drug myself back home, sometimes having to stop and rest. I can carry 50 pounds worth of water in each hand and walk it from our truck to where I do laundry (~10 yards). Today I told Wesley that I was glad that I didn’t weigh an extra 110 pounds because that’s hard on your feet carrying that much extra weight.
Wesley was lucky and not as broken as me before we started this journey so his improvements aren’t as extreme. The way that mold and the super toxins that we’re avoiding really affect him are emotionally. There are not near as many stressful emotional moments. He doesn’t get as stressed out as easily and when it does happen, usually decontaminating really makes a huge difference. He’s also noticed better bowl habits. His mental agility has improved and his energy has improved as well. He’s itching to start being a creative on his computer again. That was one of our investments last week because all of our electronics from Iowa are so contaminated.
Tonight’s moon farther up
Three campers have pulled in down the road from us today. They’re here for elk hunting. Apparently their season starts tomorrow. I can hear them talking, and I wonder if at 12:01am they’ll be heading out on their four wheelers to go get into location. We talked to this guy Mark today and he told us he was going to bring us some mountain meat so we might get to try some if they get an elk.
We’re still trying to find a place to settle for winter so that we can get a canvas tent and heater. If you can be praying about that, that would be really awesome.