It’s done!

I’ve never been the most handy guy.  Fixing things around the house, putting toys together, painting, carpentry work, oil changes, and most guy kind of stuff I hire out.  Thank God for people that are skilled in doing the things I don’t like or aren’t skilled in.

The past 4 weeks I’ve been on a crusade for getting the outside of the house fixed up.  It started with taking the fence down around the pool.  Once that came down I knew we neeeded the major overhaul for landscaping since it looked really bad.  18 years and we haven’t done a thing.  Talk about neglect and no maintence!

Things opening up.

Once the fence came down it was non stop cutting and pulling everything in sight.  I’ve got a 15 foot high pile of brush to prove it.  We hired Tom Lemire to do the landscaping and he and his crew did a fantastic job.  I never realized what 10 minutes of his bobcat could do would take me a weekend to do.  We moved the steps from the porch to open up the patio area and it looks 1000% better.

The thing I’m committed to do now is to keep up with weekly little maintence so It will always look good and I figure this is probably the last big project we will ever do at our house.   I’m always preaching about prevention and doing the little things all day for your mind and body so you won’t need a big overhaul down the road someday.  Now it’s time to do that with the inside and outside of our house.

Anyone have big plans for the 4th?  I love fireworks and celebrating our freedom.  I remember  the 1976 Bicentennial celebration.  That was so cool.  We are a young nation of 238 years and there is no where better to be then the good old USA.  The opportunities this nation has are phenomenol.  It’s what you make of it that counts.

I’ve been working with a lot of chronic conditions like peripheral neuropathy, auto-immune conditions, and many more neurodegenerative cases.  While these can be challenging cases most do quite well.  Changing the diet is the most difficult for some but the one’s that do note a huge improvement in overall health and well being.  Removing inflammatory foods like gluten a

Steps now facing the west.

nd dairy can really help people calm their immune system while healing the gut and making life a lot more enjoyable.  If you or a loved one has some form of chronic problem and are not getting help then let me know, maybe I’ll be able to help them in some way or form.  It’s fun seeing sick people get better and be able to have a more enjoyable life.   If you can’t do the things you want to do in life then just pick up the phone and call me.

Make this week an incredible week, have a fantastic 4th.  We will be open through thursday and off friday the 4th.

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