This is a photo of me over the past summer that my wife took. We are at a 4H event and my two older children (son and daughter) are learning gun safety. That day they were able to shoot .22’s, a 9MM, and a 20 gauge shotgun. Good stuff.
I grew up among farmers. I was trapping by age 13 on my own, muskrats, raccoons, and fox. Yep, the real deal. We used to go raccoon hunting with dogs by night and as a teenager I can tell you those we’re real Huck Finn days. As I got older I began to hunt deer with a compound bow during the fall/winter. In the summer you would find me in the middle of the night with a buddy floating on the Wabash River in a flat-bottom boat catching channel and flathead catfish, perch, sturgeon, and even fresh water eel (and we ate them all). Man could I tell you some stories …
I was literally afraid of nothing back then. I’m glad to say, I’m coming back around finally. I know many will be turned off by the above historical perspective, but I was raised as a real salt of the earth type. I still live in corn country where round up ready corn and soy beans dominant the landscape. The commercials on my radio are by Pioneer and other seed companies talking about their embedded insect protection (ya, funky GMO stuff). Every year we go to South Florida to a region that has a very high level of Morgellons but I no longer even care. I love the ocean, and nothing, not even Morgellons will keep me from it. We spend the entire week in the water, from sun up to sun down every day on the Atlantic side (big water and big waves).
The hell with Morgellons. It’s just going to have to tag along for the ride because I’m getting on with my life.
I’ve decided I want my old life back, not the trapping and probably not the hunting, but the rest of it I’m taking back. I know full well I could become very ill once again, but I will never again return to that dark place, it has lost it’s grip on me. I promise to stick around until you are able to move on as well. I have some ideas on a new protocol, call it Poor Mans Protocol II which will be more focused on sulfur’s (NAC is a sulfur).
If you need some encouragement and you think you’re never going to find your way out of this mess you’re wrong, you will find your way out. Maybe this can help you in your hour of need. I return to it often. Play track #5 "Lasso the Moon", it’s the most beautiful and comforting song I know @ http://tinyurl.com/yk27qx4 simply click on the song. I highly recommend Steve Amerson’s “Living on the Horizon” CD (that’s his older original CD) for those rough times.
Mr. Common Sense