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This Friday, 4/24, this Think about Such Things and Joy for Every Day 4-Journal Case will only be $10. That’s just $2.50 per journal! Only good for Friday…who doesn’t love a new journal and what a great price! One for your mother, mother-in-law, daughter, daughter-in-law or you!

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What is YOUR favorite Essential Oil?

3423I have been experimenting with my Young Living Essential Oils the last few weeks and have a few victories to share!

Always the skeptic, I have to see to believe, the proverbial Doubting Thomas, or Doubting Nannette in this case. But even though I know that Believing is Not Necessarily Seeing in the spiritual, for me and EO’s, I must have proof!

A couple of weeks ago, preparing family Easter dinner, I burned my finger on a pan while retrieving it from the oven. It did not feel good. I tried running it under cold water but couldn’t stand there all day waiting on it to feel better. I whined around a few minutes and then, finally, remembered my Essential Oils. I grabbed Lavender, good for so many hundreds of uses and minor burns and applied it directly to my finger. If I had counted, I would say I made it to about ten or fifteen and the pain was gone! I was shocked, to say the least. I have witnesses (smile).

Then last week The Sweetheart came down with a cold. He insists on having a couple each season it seems. His throat was sore and he was very congested and stopped up. Instead of listening to him complain I grabbed my oils and went to work. I applied Thieves to his throat (I love Thieves! It smells so good and does so many great things!) and layered Frankincense and Lemon on his chest. He commented that his throat felt better immediately and he certainly could breathe better. What?! You mean they actually work, even on skeptics.

And finally, for now, tooth pain. I have lived with way too much pain lately with different teeth, dentists visits and the very unpopular root canal. I have had a couple of broken teeth that have caused me much distress. I applied Thieves directly to my tooth with a cotton swab and to my gums. The taste isn’t so pleasant but it certainly numbs the area and brings quick relief! Cloves is also known to work great for tooth pain but I did not have any of that. Thieves contains cloves, rosemary, eucalyptus, cinnamon and lemon so it worked great for me!

Yes, and I am finding more and more uses for them in my daily life. I love to diffuse so many of them throughout the day, especially Peace and Calming, Purification and Joy blends and of course Thieves!

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 Here are some of the benefits and uses of Thieves:

Thieves® essential oil blend was inspired by the legend of four 15th-century French thieves who formulated a special aromatic combination composed of clove, rosemary, and other botanicals they used while robbing the dead and dying. Young Living’s one-of-a-kind Thieves blend, crafted in the spirit of that legendary combination, can be found in all of our Thieves products. When taken internally, Thieves supports healthy immune function*, and it includes Eucalyptus radiata essential oil, which may help maintain a healthy respiratory system.* When taken as a dietary supplement, Thieves is an ideal complement to a daily wellness regimen.*

  • Put a few drops of Thieves essential oil blend in a capsule and swallow with water to support your immune system
  • Put in a few drops of Thieves essential oil blend in your dishwater or dishwasher to thoroughly clean dishes and eliminate odor
  • Rub a drop or two mixed with a carrier oil all over your gums to support gum health.
  • Dilute 2 to 6 drops of Thieves oil 50/50 with a carrier oil (such as coconut oil) and rub on your chest and upper neck.
  • Diffuse, diffuse, diffuse!
  • Make your own hand soap with a couple of drops of Thieves and you have your own Antibacterial Soap!
  • Rubbing it on the bottom of your feet helps it get into the bloodstream quickly.
  • Add it to your oil pulling regimen to get rid of harmful bacteria.
  • Treats canker sores, can balance blood sugar, heal skin infections, internal and topical antibiotic, can treat digestive candida, kill mold and mildew, helps the healing process of colds and flu, kills airborne germs and much, much more!

What do you use Thieves for in your home? What would you say is your go-to favorite Essential Oil and why? Share with our readers your tips and tricks with EO’s!

Want to get started with your own Essential Oils collection? Go here to my website or contact me at ynannette@gmail.com for any questions!

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Young Living Products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

 

 

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High Pockets, Haymakers and Flash


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Another great weekend of Revival By Design. We have been blessed to be busy with our ministry of endtime revival lately. Traveling most weekends, Thursday to Monday, we have been everywhere, man. Everywhere. This weekend we were at an Alabama District Conference Friday and Saturday and then privileged to minister for good friends in Madisonville, Kentucky on Sunday. More than that, the presence of God was in every single service and we not only ministered but were ministered to as well. God is so good. I hope you enjoy this trip down memory lane. You will see why I say The Sweetheart is a good sport. Be blessed!

In almost 36 years of wedded bliss, The Sweetheart has always, always preferred me before himself. He has been a gentleman and yet, at the same time, assumed the masculine role of Helper, Handyman and Hero all at the same time.

Except for one day that stands out in particular to me.

The year was 1982.
The place? That is a story in itself.
In high school, The Sweetheart was not known by the title I have bestowed upon him. That would have been weird. He had several names in his Joe Cool days such as,
  • High Pockets (six-foot-two-152-pounds-soaking-wet-all-legs)

  • Haymaker. This was his CB handle. Back-in-the-day we didn’t have cell phones, texting, Facebook, twitter or Instagram. Say what?! A CB (Citizens Band radio) was the coolest thing around for a country boy. “Breaker, breaker, 1-9, this is Haymaker, anybody on?” The Haymaker handle came from the fact that this good-lookin’ guy could heave bales of hay over his head like they were empty cardboard boxes. (Be still my beating heart!)

  • Flash. Yeah. Flash. This High Pocket Haymaker was a pretty good photographer. Again, we are going back in time for some of you…before the digital age, before you could take 1,000 pictures on your cellphone and not worry about how much it would cost. We had something called film that DID cost and we had also had flashbulbs on less expensive cameras and flash attachments on his professional cameras. They didn’t come with a flash, that was something you purchased extra. Hence, the nickname.

Flash spent much of his high school days with the journalism and yearbook staff. He was the resident photographer at many, many events. He landed a job at a photo finishing lab known for their same-day-turn-around. This was a major big deal in the late 1970’s folks. Take your film into the store and come back and pick it up later that day. Huge.
High Pocket Haymaker Flash gets married and decided to open his own photo finishing lab in a neighboring town.

Big dreams, no money, big dreams.

High Pocket Haymaker Flash has a Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife who delights in helping him in his adventures and most every day you would find them developing film and handing out pictures to happy customers.
The first couple of weeks after the grand opening, Flash and his Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife were driving their orders back to his former employers’ store for developing while awaiting the arrival of a piece of equipment. The Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife was designated most days to make the 30 minute drive.
Now, Flash had a car that fit his name perfectly. For his graduation present his parents had bought him a brand new Camaro, firethorn red in color. Super cool. (I just happen to have a picture of it in his driveway.)
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Flash, being the loving young newlywed husband that he was, gave the car to his Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife and bought himself a truck.

His Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife hated the truck.

She didn’t dislike it because it was a stick-shift. Her first car was a stick and Flash had taught her how to drive it when she was only 16. She wasn’t fond of the truck because it just wasn’t cute. But the car went fast. The car was red. The car turned heads and she was Cute, Adorable and Very Young.
We should pause here and catch up the reader to the fact that Flash and his Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife were married almost two years when they were blessed with a Blond-Hair-Blue-Eyed-Boy-Wonder that turned their world upside down in a very good way. The super cool Camaro would soon be replaced with something more practical but, for now, they still enjoyed feeling young and invincible. And the Blond-Hair-Blue-Eyed-Boy-Wonder was staying with my good friend, The-World’s-Best-Babysitter.

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So back to the first two weeks of owning the new business…Flash has the order all ready to take north and his Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife is all set to jump in her super cool car and start the journey. But Flash decides she should take his truck, for reasons that this writer, who has aged 33 years since then, cannot remember. Still, he was insistent and even though she protested because she detested driving the truck, and hadn’t learned how to pout and get her way, grabbed the keys and jumped in the little Nissan.
Heading down the four-lane highway in the town where they had their business, Flash’s Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife had not gone far when an elderly lady in a tank pulls out in front of her. There was no time, people, no time at all to even think of finding a way out. All she remembers is a loud crash and pain. Lots of pain.
The Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife jumps out of the truck because she thought it was on fire (just the radiator ma’am) and takes two steps before she collapses in the arms of the leader of the Hells Angels, her knight-in-shining-armor and the only soul on the highway who stopped to help. He picks her up and sets her back inside the truck telling her to wait for the ambulance. (I am not making this up!)

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Well, that shouldn’t take long. Where does this accident take place you ask? Directly in front of the town hospital; and even then, all of those years ago, someone brighter than me and you decided that sending an ambulance to their front yard made more sense than the policeman just pulling in the driveway with the injured. Go figure.
In the Emergency Room all is a blur. There is blood everywhere but we deduce that it is all from a lost front tooth that met hard with the steering wheel. The doctor was convinced both legs were broken from the impact and they were preparing for x-rays. The nurse wanted to call Flash to come but the Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife knew he couldn’t leave the lab. There were no other employees at the time, Flash was all alone. Yet, the nurse insisted because she thought the injuries were severe enough that someone should be there. She dialed the number but handed the phone to the Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife and the conversation went something like this:

Flash: Photo Finish, how may I help you?

Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife: I’ve been in an accident and haven’t made it to the lab yet. Can you come?

Flash: I don’t have time for jokes, I’m very busy. Where are you and why aren’t you there?

Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife: I said I’ve had a wreck! I’m at the hospital now and they want you to come!

Flash: Listen, I’m glad you think we have time for humor but I am swamped now get going and call me when you are ready to head back.

Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife: But Flash, I’m really hurt, they think I’ve broken both my legs!

This is when my opinion of the nursing profession soars and I envision one of my children with an RN and many other credentials after their birth name. She takes over and grabs the phone from me:

Nursing Professional with Domineering Personality: Mr. Flash? This is the hospital ER department. Your Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife has been in a terrible accident. We are preparing for x-rays on her legs immediately. I strongly suggest you get in your car right now and GET HERE. Did I make myself clear?

Flash: On my way.

Flash does come to the rescue of his Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife. Her legs, fortunately, were not broken, only badly bruised and traumatized. The next stop was the dentist’s office, after hours, to deaden the root of the lost tooth. The driver of the other car, who was in her late 80’s btw, was not injured, thankfully, and was very concerned about the Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife.

The moral of the story?

We disagree on that, the two of us.
Flash and his Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife learned many things that fateful day.
Flash lost his beloved little truck and his Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife talked him into a new family car.
His Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife was reminded of that painful day every time she looks in the mirror at the new tooth that just doesn’t seem to belong.
Flash continued to shoot weddings and Little League teams before he made his way into the world of air traffic control. But the most important thing is that he now wears the title of Hero and has never missed a chance to rescue his damsel-in-distress since that unforgettable day all of those years ago.
p.s. His Cute, Adorable and Very Young Wife had a CB handle too! I was his Sunshine. Of course!

 

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