It’s a little after 8 and I’m falling over, sleepy!

I know I haven’t had enough to eat today but I can’t stay up much longer. It was midnight when I finally turned the light off last night.

I made it up in time to get in my BodyFlex and LSEs.

Breakfast was OJ mixed with the peelings from the persimmons I pudding-ed yesterday. It was good! I took a smoothie of four bananas, a mango, and chard to work. It looked almost chocolate-y but it didn’t taste that way. I’m still not wild about chard in a smoothie.

It was foggy foggy when I got into the valley but it soon cleared off. It never really warmed up a whole lot, though.

I decided to wait until tomorrow to go get my groceries. One prime reason was because I keep failing to get the sticker for my license plate and the one that’s on there is expired. It wouldn’t be pushed in my usual stomping grounds but I don’t want to get in more public territory until I get a new one. The courthouse was closed all day today or I’d already have it.

My snack was three Clementines that the staff gave me yesterday. Here’s a picture of the gift:

Christmas Gift

That’s my mother and father in the picture on the left and my faithful L’equip blender in the background on the right. I think that bowl is so neat! They really hit the jackpot this time!

Lunch was a four banana/about half a pear (I had to throw a whole one away and that hurt)/spinach smoothie.

The hospital Christmas dinner was at 2 pm. I took the veggies that have been recycled three times now and the Mock Salmon Pate. I ate some of both plus some sugar snap peas that someone had on a commercial veggie platter. They were good and sweet. One other person had some of the pate and liked it but most people wanted the cooked food and Dead Beasts.

When I got home, I did in a coconut. It was small and very young. I had some kim chee and three persimmons. I was going to have another green smoothie but I never got around to it. The tomatoes aren’t quite ripe enough so they are still in the box.

My forum has picked up several members since the teleconference. I hope they are posters and not lurkers. I need people who will be active.

It’s 8:30 and I’m going to hang this up and get ready for bed.

It will be a good night when I get to sleep!

4 Responses to It’s a little after 8 and I’m falling over, sleepy!

  1. cathy December 15, 2006 at 5:41 am #

    I just want to say that I have been reading your site for a few months now and you are an inspiration. I had my company holiday party yesterday and thought of you when I went through the line and filled my dish with only raw veggies. I passed on the ham, turkey, cooked potatoes, and pies. Everyone thought I was nuts, but I thought my food was better looking and tasting than theirs!
    I also copied you at breakfast time, I had a banana/oj/spinach smoothie.
    I have to admit though I am not 100% raw. For dinner I had a bowl of hot vegetable soup, to which I added a tablespoon of raw, virgin, organic coconut oil. I try to have 3 spoons a day, and it is so much easier to add it to hot food.

  2. Tommie December 15, 2006 at 8:22 pm #

    I’m so glad it helps you, Cathy! Someone at the Dept. Head party said, “You’re missing out on all the good stuff!” I thought, “I’m the only one here WITH the good stuff!” That was you, too, huh?

    I vary a little from you on my breakfast. I drink my OJ first and then have my smoothie.

    The more raw you can eat, the better. I’m curious, though. Why the coconut oil?

  3. cathy December 16, 2006 at 8:04 am #

    I forget where I first learned of the health benefits of raw coconut oil, maybe from, but I researched it and tried it, and have had wonderful results. More energy, less appetite (I lost 30 pounds in 6 months), no more colds or headaches, etc. It is antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial. They say it helps with thyroid problems too!
    I use it on my skin every day too. I had a funny little growth on my face, kind of like a skin tag, and after putting the oil on it every day for a couple of weeks it disappeared.
    There are many different brands, Allisa Cohen has a good one on her website.
    Here is a good website with lots of articles:
    By the way, eating a young coconut every day is good too!

  4. Tommie December 17, 2006 at 5:54 pm #

    I used to use it, too, as you’d use oil in cooking but I still gained weight. I only use it on my skin now. I couldn’t tell any difference in my thyroid or my weight until I went raw. I’ve put coconut oil (organic cold pressed from in one smoothie. It didn’t make it taste better and I figured I didn’t need the fat. Young coconut is very low in fat–did you know that? Chris posted the nutritional breakdown in a comment a few weeks ago.

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