- "Aunt Flow is visiting" (and she has red hair, and stays 5 days, and is sometimes grouchy)
- "Closed for maintenance"
- "My cup of joy is overflowing"
- "Preparing for unborn children"
- "Red Dot Special"
- "Rebooting the ovarian operating system"
What do you call your period? Here are some fun phrases:
Thermacare Heatwraps are terrific! It's like sticking an invisible heating pad on you that will go with you and stay warm ALL day.
What do avocados remind you of? Hint: the pear shape and the big seed in the middle. A womb!!
It turns out that avocados are actually really good for women - the oils in them are great for your womb! It's incredible that the Creator put signatures in food to show what each is good for based on what they look like! For another example - walnuts look like a brain, and they're actually good for the brain. And what do you know! Beets are great for rebuilding your blood. Many more foods look like what they're good for. This principle is called "The Doctrine of Signatures."
So eat plenty of avocados and beets during your next period!
Many women do not look forward to their “time of month” or to the travail of birthing children, but a spiritual view of these seemingly unpleasant aspects of womanhood reveals meaning behind the suffering. The Creator gave women the position of regularly representing the bloody part of the atonement through the cycles of her womb. The many similarities that exist between the Holy of Holies in the Biblical Tabernacle, where the original picture of atonement took place, and a woman’s womb are striking. The Holy of Holies was a place of most intimate fellowship with Almighty God, not to be entered by just anyone at any time, and not to be entered without the shedding of blood.
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