M.I.A.

No, not the female version..

missing
in
action

It’s a bit frantic here at the moment, so apologies to especially TAMARA who uppped me for it today (heehee, I still love you).

We are busy….
Michael is back at work (grrrr….) so no-one is running interference for me
Mackinley’s friends are all still on holidays, so Mum is mega-boring
Rainer has begun the Wilbarger Protocol, which essentially is body brushing every two hours (for the next 3 months)

Time literally flies when you’re watching the clock – believe it or not!! You’d think it’d be the other way around. Yikes. And the detox his body is going through…..OMG, the nappies, the pegs (for my nose), the non-toxic air freshener, the incense! That tells me it’s working!

Thank you to the ever fab-o Renee Dowling and Karlene Fahey. I haven’t got to you yet Kars, but will very soon :-)))))

Also, I’ve been busy getting angry about the effects of water fluoridation, especially on Rainer. At this stage we are buying Pureau water from Woolworths, but for the long term, a Reverse Osmosis Filter to turn it into “dead” water, followed by a volcanic rock water energising filter will be needed. I don’t think Ruddy’s $1000 is going to cover it. Someone needs to have a little chatzy with Anna Bligh or else stage a Mutiny!!

And then I find this article….
by Robyn Wuth
got me so mad, I had to respond. And so did the rest of the BioMed community.

I guess as far as “Investigative Journalism” goes, this woman will NOT be winning a Walkley Award anytime soon!! Gutter, trashy, stream-of-consciousness waffle. I can’t believe she would have been PAID for that rubbish.

And that, my friends, is how I spend my week. Defending my decisions to treat my Autistic son the best way I know how. It’s weary but I know I’m doing the right thing and people like Robyn Wuth will simply spend the rest of their life blaming someone else for their problems.

Ah, so nourishing!!

Published by Giovanna Scott

Artist, Educator, Joy Seeker, and Lover of Good Coffee. I began this blog in December 2006 to document the ebb and flow of our life. It has now become a steady record of my artistic journey and a home for my collections.

6 thoughts on “M.I.A.

  1. i commend you on the amazing strength you have to deal with everything that is put in your path Gigi….. i think you are one of those women that people in a similar situation can call a ‘hero’…. you make me look at things a lot differently…. thankyou for being who you are!!!!

  2. Gigi – thanks for sharing. You are amazing and your children are so lucky to have you as their Mum. You have such a positive outlook and makes me stop and remind myself of the good things …

  3. G – like I said yesterday, God chose the right Mum for Rainer! I just read that article – HOLY &*%$!!! What an idiot and you are right – I can't believe she was paid to write that… Hey, thanks for updating…look forward to more "scheduled" posts…! t xxxx

  4. You sure are an amazing mum Gigi. Rainer and Mackinley couldn’t have asked for a better mum.I had a read of that article and she is a fruitloop, seriously a waste of time that is. lol

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