43 weeks!

It’s late and storms keep rolling through so either one is a good reason to make this brief.

I was up so late last night waiting for the bulletin information that still hasn’t come that I got up too late this morning to do all of my exercises. I had to leave off the NT & HR.

Breakfast was OJ, part of a large mango, and a banana/romaine smoothie.

Break was the rest of the mango.

Lunch was a banana/spinach smoothie, a large cucumber (which I shared with a couple of people), and two Campari tomatoes.

I headed over the mountain after taking the mail to the post office to Mother’s grave before I went to get my hair cut. I talked my hairdresser into a shorter “do”. She talked me out of as short as I wanted it. After that, I went shopping for spinach and I ended up with a pineapple, too, that smells wonderful. I took it in for my hairdresser to meet and she didn’t know what it was. She loved the fragrance, though. She must’ve led a sheltered life.

When I got home, it was too late for watermelon so I had tomatoes with Tajin and a large salad of romaine, cucumbers, mashed avocado, and Tajin.

It’s time to get ready for bed. Happy Sabbath!

2 Responses to 114567151604395476

  1. Lemonbalm1 April 22, 2006 at 2:01 pm #

    Hi Tommie
    I’ve been reading on your blog and enjoying it. I’m a raw food eater also.
    I noticed you said something about going over the mountain to get produce. We were just in the Smokies a few days ago. We drove over the mountain to NC and back. We also went to Dollywood and enjoyed some great music. The we drove to Cades Cove. I do get nervous on those mountain roads but it is so beautiful. Enjoy them.

    Nancy C

  2. Tommie April 22, 2006 at 4:24 pm #

    Hey Nancy!
    Isn’t it great to have found such a simple and wonderful lifestyle that’s actually good for us?

    Yes, I live on a mountain, work in the valley, and go to church there, too. My mother used to say, “I think about you going over that winding mountain road every day!” I go down and up six days a week, usually. Then if I go to the bigger town, I have to go to the other side of the mountain. I’ve been doing it for years so I’m used to it. It isn’t quite as hairy as some of the roads in the Smokies, thank goodness. The only time it really bothers me is if I get behind a log truck. The road is two lane and I just have to deal with it.

    Take care and “eat fruit to your heart’s content!” (That’s a quote from Dr. Doug Graham.)

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