A warm hello to you today, thank you for stopping by for a visit.
In this post I am asking a question for more personal reasons. Due to my multiple chronic illnesses, I unfortunately spend a lot of time watching movies. Even if I am not actually watching movies, I have them playing in the background as I go about my day as I use them as a distraction.
So my question is, What is your favorite holiday movie?
Thank you for responding, I am hoping to discover one movie that I have not yet seen!
Thanks again for stopping by. Please know that each one of you are in my thoughts and I have prayed that today is treating you well and bringing you smiles.
As we are spending a little more time in the kitchen or thinking of holiday foods that we enjoy, I decided to write about the object in my kitchen that make my life easier.
I have to admit that I do not find much enjoyment from cooking. I am thankful that on my good days I am able to feed my family healthy, mostly well balanced meals, but the smells and bending over and reaching makes me feel worse. Even though I keep all of my frequently used items on the counters, I still feel poorly after preparing food.
To help me get through the whole, preparing a meal ordeal, I daily use my favorite kitchen appliance, putting it to good use. It is my combination DVD/CD/radio that hangs under a kitchen cabinet next to the sink. I received this from my parents who were getting rid of it and it has been one of my favorite gifts ever!
I turn it on every single time I am in the kitchen for more than a couple minutes. I usually have a DVD playing as it does a wonderful job distracting me from pain and discomfort allowing me to stay in the kitchen longer. Today there is a stack of my favorite Christmas DVDs waiting to be watched over the next month.
So, what about you? What is your favorite kitchen appliance and how does it make your life easier?
Thank you for taking the time to share!
I wanted to take a moment today to thank each of you who bless me with your presence here on simplychronicallyill.
Every one of you have enriched my life with your kindness, comments, knowledge and encouragement and I am thankful for every visit.
Wishing all you a day of peace, love, laughter, smiles and kindness.