From moldy beds to new cots

VERY IMPORTANT UPDATE: Please go to this link to read how I have recovered my health using The Dynamic Neural Retraining System (DNRS)! 

“Be thankful in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you who belong to Christ Jesus.” -1 Thessalonians 5:18
Friends,

Let’s talk about mattresses. They are often moldy, water damaged, and the new ones are almost always treated with flame retardants, which are highly toxic. The bed we slept on the first night in this particular air BnB was moldy, for sure! It’s also a full size bed, and if you have looked at Travis lately, you might imagine we don’t fit on a full sized bed all too well.

We discovered that the hosts of this property had a queen-sized bed they could bring it in for us to sleep on. We were so excited! Then we saw the bed.


This “new” bed was totally water damaged! Augh!  What were we to do? We are staying in a place that is not healthy for me while we seek out rentals in Prescott (even Travis doesn’t feel good here, because mold affects everyone).

VERY IMPORTANT UPDATE: Please go to this link to read how I have recovered my health using The Dynamic Neural Retraining System (DNRS)! 

We did what any desperate CIRS family would do! We went to the store and bought cots and sleeping bags and camped out in the living room of our Air BnB. 

  
We seem to be slowly moving toward camping mode. We know we will need to camp at some point, in order for my body to begin to clear the toxins, but we need a place to come back to when we are done camping, so we continue to wait for that place to be made known to us.

VERY IMPORTANT UPDATE: Please go to this link to read how I have recovered my health using The Dynamic Neural Retraining System (DNRS)! 

A BIT OF HUMOR:

Here’s a funny story from yesterday: While at the ATM, Travis was having s hard time getting his “wallet” out of his back pocket, and said, “I can’t get my wallet out of my pocket”.  When he finally got his wallet out of his back pocket, I said, “That’s not a wallet! That’s a plastic baggie with your credit cards in it!” He replied, “Well, these are the most precious and costly snacks I’ve ever put in a baggie!”  We both had a good laugh at the reality of our situation! It’s a bit embarrassing at the grocery store to pull out your baggie to pay the bill, but it’s a good thing we can laugh about it! 

With love,

Mariah and Travis

“Gladness and joy will overtake them! Sorrow and sighing will flee away!” -Isaiah 51:11

Thank you so much for walking with us, praying for us, laughing with us, and standing with us in hope that healing is possible and we are in the process of finding the path that will lead us to it.

VERY IMPORTANT UPDATE: Please go to this link to read how I have recovered my health using The Dynamic Neural Retraining System (DNRS)! 

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  1. You sweet dears! I love that you are able (and willing) to laugh in the midst of so much frustration and hardship…what a gift to all of us!

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