The author of today’s devotional found emotional healing by spending time observing the sunrise. That strikes a cord in my heart also. Watching the sunrises and sunsets, as well as watching the ever changing shapes of clouds has a calming and centering effect on me. That’s one reason I try to begin and end these daily blogs with skyscapes.
Goulash, garlic bread, and lettuce salad for lunch. Mighty tasty, if I do say do myself. Frankly, I’m beginning to run out of ideas for lunches that Ella can eat. She has a dentist appointment tomorrow morning. We will know more then about what the next step is for getting some teeth for her.
The sunburn that I received on the 22nd has begin to peel off. I now have ragged edges.
Dr. Natalie Curcio, MD, MPH, FAAD, a board-certified dermatologist, says it isn’t a good idea to try to exfoliate a peeling sunburn in an attempt to remove the dead skin. “Do not pull off your peeling skin, and avoid active exfoliation,” she says. “Instead, allow it to slough off your body on its own.”
What? Well, it’s no fun at all to let it slough off. The fun is in seeing how big of a continuous strip you can pull at one time. Right?
God bless and goodnight.
©2021 Thomas E Williams