Dwarfed by Turbines

Dwarfed by Turbines

Saturday, May 30, 2009

May 30, 2009 - Ramblings of a three year old

This morning I felt pretty good. I think we had a storm last night, but I did not notice the wind turbines and actually dreamt. For me, dreaming is a big deal and I really miss waking up knowing I dreamt and feeling rested. Something odd happened though. My three year old woke up crying and said his legs hurt. When I asked what was wrong he said "my legs are bleeding". He cried for about 5 or 10 minutes and then he was fine. Since I wake up sometimes with numbness in my hands and a pressure on my wrists, I have to wonder if that is what he was feeling in his little legs, or if it was just the active imagination of a three year old. I wish there was a way to montior the wind/weather easier so that I could determine the link between the wind turbines and the kids. With the trees having leaves now, it is more difficult to just look out the window and see whether they are turning or not. I am holding out hope that he was just stiff and perhaps grumpy. He's three, so it's hard to get a conclusive answer. I want to believe that it is not related, but lately, it just seems like everything points to the effects of wind turbines. So, the rest of us had a pretty good night, but not sure about him. He seemed fine the rest of the day. Side note: I did wake up with my eyes puffy and sealed shut by "sleep", but I think that had something to do with my contacts yesterday and not the windmills.....guess we need to consider everything if this diary is going to help others.
Yesterday I was contacted by a woman who shares the same "rash" issues we have been having and she believes it is from the wind turbines also. It's so sad to hear that others are going through the same things and yet the wind energy companies refuse to see there may be a link.
Wishing everyone well, and hoping for a restful night.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Bravo to you Nik!! You are in a truly unique situation here to help people. This insanity has got to stop across Ontario. Thank you for starting this blog and will be reading it regularly!