heh, out of the way places and small towns in Saskatchewan

9.45 am, 31.01.2016,

___ … let us take the time to discuss the easy implementation and the beneficial impact of a series of customized CDSME workshops for your community.

___ … watch Living Well Wisconsin video  – 9.52 am

___ … Discover why Vermont State boasts the healthiest seniors in the USA – 9.57


Again, I’m asking: what can I do and what must I NOT do during this elusive “early healing” stage after my surgery?

253am, 31.01.2016

___ … I’m trying to make sense of my current recovery activity and projecting what I’m actually doing at the moment into a suitable rehab program whenever it begins.

___ … in my head, I’m comparing my body positioning and muscle movement when I get up out of bed or when I stand up after sitting in a chair with climbing up one flight of stairs.

___ … what can I do that is safe to do and helpful to my safe and speedy recovery?

___ … what must I NOT do and what must I avoid doing for now until this elusive “initial healing” is complete?  -3.16 am

___ … who knows and who fully understands the correct and the complete answers to the questions I am asking??  -3.34 am.


“time to specify exactly what health care improvements and what other care is needed by Canadians in each age group …eh?”

6.13 am, Saturday, 30.01.2016,

___ … what care is needed but missing in each age group including youth and teens and adults of each age group?

___ … the complete correct answer will shock you!

__ … the quick answer is that we need what is needed?

__ …ok, then what is needed?

___ … do we even know?

___ … can we specify?

__ … hands on experience will go a long way to provide the information and the understanding required to provide the correct answer to this important question.

___ …I’m not the first one and certainly not the only one asking these questions about the topic of better care and better health care for Canadians of all ages.    -6.26 am

___… the fact is and the reality is that there are gaps and voids, serious deficiencies, snags and snares and countless silly problems.

___…as a society we can ignore them and sweep them under the nearest rug or we can face them head on which is what I am suggesting we do here and now …eh!

one of the easiest projects to implement and one with a very HUGE payoff is to set up one small facility or several which are fully equipped to provide model convalescent care and supported to provide ideal recovery and rehab services to adults of all ages who have experienced a physical health or emotional wellness set back, an injury, a recent illness or a major surgery.


Yes, we can all learn what to do and how to do it and also we can learn what NOT to do until our recovery is ready for it.


The second part of this initiative would be to provide a most excellent prevention service along with adequate provision for the early recognition of signs and symptoms of emerging problems before they get out of hand.  This remedy is popping up all over the world as more and more this opportunity is being recognized and looked at and looked into successfully.    – 6.59 am


A third part of this initiative would be to look more closely at successful models from all around the world. Examples: from Canada: ALCs and community hubs, from south of our border: NCOA’s CDSME and falls prevention, from down under we could check out http://www.dva.gov.au and evaluate a course run by Arthritis Australia.


The 4th and 5th parts of this initiative would be to make this information along with clear understanding of how the information and understanding are correctly applied easily and readily available to all individuals who would benefit and to their caregivers   -7.49 am.


Part 6 could be to look at the funding available to the poor and needy and identify what support is available if any to low income individuals and to low income families. Who shovels the snow and applies the de icer? who plans the meals? , who gets the groceries? who prepares the meals? who washes the dishes? who sets up a suitable place to sit quietly, to rest, to sleep and to do something ….but what?


Today, is day 10 of my recovery and I still do not have a clear picture of what one can do safely and what one must NOT do to avoid problems following an inguinal hernia repair. Don’t sneeze and don’t slip on the ice leaves me asking a lot of questions. Two weeks ago I would climb 120 flights of stairs every AM before breakfast and not count the stairs I would climb during the rest of the day. Even past 80, I’ve been very active doing lots of stuff. I’d like to stay active and stay involved. I’d like not to lose the fitness and wellness I had and not have to start all over again from scratch.  – 9.15 am


___ … if any man hear my voice, ___ … and open the door,

___ … I will come in to him

___ … and will sup with him,

___ … and he with me  -8.41 am, 29.01.2016

but, But, BUT are we ready?

and have we prepared?

have we made any of the changes required of us?

first, have we changed our mind set?

second, have we changed our bad  attitudes?

third, have we changed any of our bad habits?

___ … do we see eye to eye?

__ … do we ever totally agree, spiritually?

see Revelation 3:19-21, see Luke 12:34-47 and review 1 Corinthians 1:10   – 9.03 am.

What I’m being shown is  a HUGE breakthrough and a thrilling breakout opportunity taking shape for believers who will take the time and make the effort to get themselves ready and fully prepare. – 9.21 am

What are we doing individually?

What are we doing togther collectively?

___ … are we endeavoring to keep the unity of the Spirit

___ … in the bond of peace

___ … do we all speak the same thing

___ … no divisions

___ … are we perfectly joined together

___ … in the same mind

___ … in the same judgment

Are we ready to become a TEAM?  do we want to become a TEAM in Christ? head/heart/hands  – physical, emotional, mental, social, interpersonal and spiritual too! -10.03 am.



I am being shown again and again and again that “everything” has been taken care of, except for our willingness to actively participate.


___ … who has anything to say?