Still Waiting

“The doctor suggests you wait it out as long as you can, before stopping the medication,” the receptionist says when I call about the itchy rash all over my face.

I know that the culprit has been making a difference, and yet the discomfort of an allergic reaction is not fun.

The uncertainty about my medical issues is causing me to lose faith in my own intuitive process. Seems my body and I are out of sync. What I do know is that I can be impatient – rail against the process – or, I can surrender to the inconvenience and practice mindful waiting.

So, I am reminding myself to breathe through the stress, and I have even started talking to my body again, inviting calm, negotiating communication.

To wait without angst, I’m realizing, is to trust the process.

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This week’s focus has been ‘wait’ and the responses have been varied, inspiring, and creative. Thanks to all who contributed:

A MULTITUDE OF MUSINGS
Proscenium
Reena Saxena
Stuff and what if…
BrewNSpew
Night Owl Poetry
AWISEWOMANSJOURNEY
The Bag Lady
Morpethroad
Sgeoil
parallax
HEAVEN’S SUNSHINE
Sharing Thoughts
one letter UP
Culture Shocks

See yo tomorrow for a new challenge!

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Permission to write, paint, and imagine are the gifts I gave myself when chronic illness hit - a fair exchange: being for doing. Relevance is an attitude. Humour essential.

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