Gratitude Journal

Living an Attitude of Gratitude

Day 1,042

Today I am thankful:

For crushed ice; it helps my throat.

For throat lozenges and throat sprays – the quest for something that really works for more than a few minutes continues.

For a beautiful, warm, sunny day; with all the windows open and a warm breeze blowing through the house.


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5 thoughts on “Day 1,042

  1. Listerine Mouth Wash? Help for awhile? ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

    I hope relief comes soon!!!!!!

  2. I hope your throat heals quickly, and in the meantime, that you can find something that will bring relief. I’m trying to remember what I was able to use back in my strep throat days, but it’s so long ago. Lozenges melted in hot water, popsicles, ice cream, crushed ice, strong lozenges that freeze the mouth…novacaine? What do dentists use to freeze our mouths? Would that be of any use? I’m just thinking off the top of my head. xoxoxox

  3. Angelika Schwarz on said:

    When I let chocolate melt in my mouth, very slowly, it has helped to coat my throat. Don’t eat any chocolate with nuts or fillings… simply suck on pure milky chocolate.

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