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I slept as long as I wanted to this morning after getting to bed at 10:01. I let Twinkle sleep wherever she wanted which was on my bed most of the night. Don’t know if it will work for tonight or not.

I measured and exercised this morning. Still haven’t lost any more weight but the tape measure said that I’m down a quarter of an inch each in my upper and lower abs and an inch in my waist!

Breakfast was OJ and banana/raisin “oatmeal”. Then I had a kiwi and half a large mango. Later, I had a banana/peach/spinach/agave nectar smoothie. I drank that while my daughter and I had a good long visit. They are starting their plants for summer. She said my SIL had sent me pictures but I have yet to get them.

After we hung up, I had a strawberry/OJ smoothie.

Supper was three tomatoes and then a simple romaine salad with Best Nonfat Mango Dressing from Instant Raw Sensations. That is a really good uncookbook and it’s one of the perks of a membership on the forum.

Well, I was hoping that the Seahawks would win for my sister who lives in the Seattle area but it doesn’t look like they are going to. I haven’t been watching the game but I’ve been checking in every now and then.

Better get ready for bed. Good night!

2 Responses to 113919413515683932

  1. sibyl3 February 6, 2006 at 1:19 pm #

    Hi Tommie! I am wondering about the Instant Raw Sensations. I am also a member of Fred’s list and I’m wondering how you got the uncookbook? I’ve purchased a couple of his other products and would love to get this one too – but I’m wondering if I might already have free access to it based on your comments. Thanks for any info you can offer!

  2. Tommie February 6, 2006 at 6:43 pm #

    I ordered mine but then Roger posted it on the forum at http://www.howtogoraw.com. I could have saved my money but I got an autographed copy of it so that was a plus! I also got the booklet, The Best Foods on the Planet, which is a really good resource. It has sample menus, the formula to calculate the number of calories you need, and lists of fruit separated by sweet, acid, and sub-acid, and lists of veggies by category. Roger didn’t post that one and I don’t know if it’s available by itself. You could check out Fred’s site.

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