The older I get, the more my friends and relatives have health or injury issues that I've never heard of. I've come to believe that the human body is much more delicate than we think we are.
I talked about the injuries from the last two years and my slow climb to recovery, but this year was the most bizarre.
Who knows what triggers cause health issues?
I've known for years that I'm lactose intolerant and must be very careful with milk products. I usually drink Almond Milk. I'm also sensitive to MSG. High amounts of MSG can bring on a Meniere's Attack and believe me, that's not worth eating products with high levels of MSG. I've read articles that claim that MSG doesn't cause health issues. I stand as living proof that it can and does. menieres
I'm also sensitive to high levels of sodium in foods and caffeine, both of which can bring on menieres. When it get real nasty, well, I won't go into that.
I love to showcase my friends. I think they're all brilliant and today's guest is no exception. I've known Joleene Naylor for a number of years and I'm a loyal fan of her 'Amaranthine Series.' I challenge you to read one of her books (I suggest 'Shades of Grey' to start or preorder 'Brothers of Darkness' and
you'll find that you can't set it down and when you're finished, you
absolutely must start the next book.
I'll tell you, those books are addictive and they're not for those who want a sweet cutesie vampire to drool over. Jo's done some heavy research and her vampires and their world are the kind you don't want to anger or run into in the middle of the night. But her characters are very real and right off, you pick your favorites and hide from the others.
I mentioned that my favorite vampire is David Lee Summers' Desmond Draco, and he is, but in the Amaranthine World there are those that I'd follow aroun…