I don't know where you leave or your financial circumstances, but many larger chain stores in my area will deliver for about $20. You do your ordering on-line and they deliver I wonder if even your small local store would have an employee willing to make some extra cash for such a service.
Joy NJ, US - EST
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Pounds lost: 5.0
Fitness Minutes: (0) Posts: 3,553 2/7/13 10:43 A
I can only give you the same advice as to talk to your Church. Where I live they have services for people who are shut ins through the Church. A person comes to your house to bring you food, companionship and good conversation a few times a week. Give your Church or any Church a call and tell them your story and they will help. God be with you and Bless you in your time of need.
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current weight: 541.0
Fitness Minutes: (92,077) Posts: 2,112 2/6/13 3:20 P
Dear fellow Sparker, Your story is a sad one and you're to be applauded. As for idea's I would suggest contacting your church where I'm sure someone would and could be a great help to you. I wish you a continued healthy recovery and wondering if for the time being, perhaps you should put mindful eating on the back burner while you heal. Will keep you in my prayers, ginny
Be comforted in this fact: The ache in your heart and the confusion in your soul means you are still aive,still human and STILL open to the beauty of this world~Harding~
I'm Jimini, and 73 years old. I live by myself, with my two cats. There is a grocery store down the road but I can't get to it in winter. Some time ago I was beaten by 2 of my foster children leaving me with a balance deficit. then last year one of my cats invited a young skunk into my living room to play; in my effort to avoid both of them, I fell hard, on my knee, on the concrete floor. I spent 3 months in a nursing home and wasn't too stable when I got home. I have no sidewalk going by my house. when there are ice and snow on the ground, I deem it expedient not to go out of the house (! have no car nor even anyone who could drive me buy groceries.) I am lucky - I get Meals on wheels 5 days a week, and a box of mostly canned foods once a month.So I have plenty of food to eat;but it's not what I like to eat, or what's good for me. Ideas on how to fit these circumstances into 'mindful eating'?
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