Video Plans for August
Aug 02, 2019
My wife, Darla, has had a problem in her right hip for the past year and the orthopedist says she needs a hip replacement. We decided to try a hip rejuvenation through stem cell therapy, along with a general 12-day health protocol offered by the clinic. We are scheduled to fly out of town on Sunday, August 5, and we will be gone until the 18th of August.
I plan to bring my laptop, and if all goes well, I should be able to post weblogs during this time. However, my routine will probably be different from what is normal at the office back home.
Yesterday my weblog was interrupted by an unexpected visitor, and I did not get back to it. The visitor was an old friend that I had not seen for about 20 years. He was just coming out of a 20-year “wilderness” experience, so we had a lot of catching up to do.
Today I have a lot of preparation to do before the trip on Sunday.
Last Wednesday, I did another interview with Dr. Tim Atkinson, which should be posted shortly on video. We talked about the graveyard of giants that had been found in Mexico a few years ago, along with artifacts such as swords, helmets, masks, and 105-lb shields. These were made of a substance not found on the earth. We will be posting some pictures of these artifacts as well.
Secondly, since Tim is a Naturopathic Doctor, we discussed stem cells and how to enhance or activate them in the body. After the age of 30 or so, we begin to lose the ability to make stem cells, and this is one reason we age. By the time we retire, most people are down to about 5 percent of what we had when we were younger. But in recent years some good products have come out on the market which can increase the number of stem cells and activate them as well.
In the latter part of August or early September, our oldest daughter (Tasha) and her oldest daughter and granddaughter are planning to come for a visit. She is a physical therapist (doctor) in Arkansas who heads up that department in a hospital there. Her oldest daughter is the one responsible for making me a great-grandfather last October. More important, it made my wife a great-grandmother. She now wears a T-shirt that says, “I’m a great-grandmother. What’s your superpower?”
As most of you know by now, our second daughter works at a pregnancy counseling center in Arkansas. We posted a video interviewing her about a week ago, where she told of her ministry saving babies from abortion. I plan to interview our youngest daughter (from Dallas, TX) after we return from the clinic later this month. That video will be somewhat personal, of course, but we plan to talk about her experiences as a young mother with two very different children. That should be of particular interest to the ladies out there.
As many of you know, we have three sons and three daughters, seven grandchildren, and one great-granddaughter. We expect more to come, especially when our sons find wives. They are in no hurry, apparently, so we may have to find them ourselves.