Pretty good, really, I think. I got up 10.5 hours later. Not counting all the times I had to get up to go to the bathroom after the tomato soup.
100% Raw Food
32 ozzies strawberry/OJ smoothie
30 ozzies banana/blueberry/spinach smoothie
4 tomatoes chunked up in a bowl
1/2 head iceberg lettuce with cashew dressing
Most of a bowl of cream of broccoli soup with kelp noodles (it wasn’t as good as I thought it would be—I rinsed the noodles and ate them after I’d eaten my fill of the soup)
I’d gone by the church yesterday and turned on the heat. It was actually warm in the sanctuary for the first time this winter when I walked in today. I was able to take my jacket off. It wasn’t to last long, though. Leave it to a man (the pastor) to decide to open the door by the piano. I felt sorry for the pianist. She left her post to go get her jacket. After I finished the preliminaries, I put my jacket back on and sat on my hands until they warmed up. Guess I should wear long johns.
I was prevailed upon to stay for lunch and was assured there was a salad. To a raw foodist, the promise of a salad is like the grilled cheese and french fries to a vegetarian. Well, not really. The salad is better for me but it’s a poor substitute for fruit and greens in the middle of the day. Salad is what I eat in the evening. I came home and ate.
Tonight, I worked on the card for us to give to the rest of the departments in the hospital. It won’t take long to print them.
It’s getting close to my current bedtime. I’ll check back in tomorrow night, same time, same URL. Good night!