Another pig out day of raw food behind me!

And I don’t have to be concerned that what I feed Twinkle may poison her. This deal with so much tainted pet food is terrible. And the owners have absolutely no recourse because pets are considered property and if property is destroyed, sorry Charlie. One owner tried to sue for several million but didn’t get anywhere.

It was too late for me to get any reading done last night. And it went over into this morning. I don’t know how on earth it happened but I woke about 45 minutes after the alarm went off. I had no time at all to exercise.

Arrangement

This is the arrangement I fixed the other day. My mother would have done a better job.

Today’s food:

Just under 28 ozzies grapefruit juice
40 ozzies banana/mango/spinach smoothie
No telling how much banana/mango/blueberry/green curly leaf lettuce smoothie. The blender pitcher was very full (it holds seven cups) and it kept getting thicker and thicker when I was drinking it. I finally put the last in a bowl and ate it with a spoon. It was very good but very thick.
The rest of the honeydew
Half a small watermelon
18 ozzies OJ
All but about a half cup salsa with half an avocado. I was stuffed and couldn’t eat another bite. I’ll have to confess to putting the barest sprinkle of salt on the last I ate.
I was going to have a young coconut but I didn’t have room.

I walked 15 minutes twice. I didn’t eat lunch outside because I got a little pink yesterday. The others were pretending to gag over my smoothie while the woman next to me ate a sandwich made of slices off a dead pig’s butt. How anyone can think that is nutritious is beyond me. She was telling, between bites, about being turned down for insurance because her BMI is too high.

My friend, Shari, gave me permission to post pictures of the pillowcases she made and sent me for Christmas. They are the softest flannel imaginable and expertly sewn. Here’s the case on the pillow:

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And here’s the detail:

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It looks sorta fuzzy but the material is fuzzy and soft. And it feels so good to my poor old head.

The helipad is taking shape. They got the gravel all leveled and the rebar in place. I counted the squares to the middle and it was 13 so it’s just over 25 feet in diameter. It looks a lot bigger than that. I’d want a yurt that’s at least twice that size. Plus, I’d want a walkway all the way around made of mountain stone. I can dream, can’t I?

I picked up a box of tomatoes on the way home. The price has dropped by almost 20%. She has small watermelons, too, for $2 each which is half what I’ve paying at Wally World. I got one to try. It surely has to be better than the one I had today.

It’s getting on toward 10 o’clock so I’m going to hang this up for tonight.

Good night, dudes and dudettes!

2 Responses to Another pig out day of raw food behind me!

  1. Valerie March 23, 2007 at 1:53 pm #

    I love the center piece. I have fond childhood memories of daffodils.
    VW

  2. Tommie March 23, 2007 at 8:38 pm #

    My father planted scads of them in the yard at home. They washed down to the little creek that meandered through the back. I had “my spot” where I’d go and sit and look at them when they were in bloom (obviously) and the tiger lilies when summer came. Several years later, I took some of the daffodils up and planted them in the side yard in the middle of the summer. Mother was skeptical about their living but they did and they bloomed and spread.

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