The low was 28 and still the parsley lives on.
I was up at 5:20. I wanted to get the CDs burned for the couple so they can study their Sabbath School lessons. I lay in bed and kept thinking about it until I knew I wasn’t going back to sleep. I’d gotten my CDs out and was prepared to get ‘er done. Before I started exercising, I began the process. As it happened, I have 80 minute CDs and the lessons average around 35-40 minutes each. It took four to burn eight lessons and I took care of them off and on while I was exercising.
Speaking of exercising, I did all of my BodyFlex, LSEs, and a 64 second pushup. No excuses. I’m just not getting back to where I was very quickly.
100% Raw Food
24 ozzies OJ
30 ozzies banana/mango/spinach/agave nectar smoothie
32 ozzies banana/romaine smoothie
A few marinated veggies (a girl from another department brought them in)
2 persimmons (still a little on the crunchy side)
Guacamole + 2 small tomatoes, finely chopped, and chopped sweet onion on romaine leaves
My friend seemed to be in better spirits. Her DD and SIL moved her TV plus a rocking chair and a chest into her room today. I took her some of the marinated veggies and a brownie. She enjoyed all the edibles. She raved about the potato soup she had yesterday and said she could eat soup every day. I passed the compliment and comment along.
Since the roadside stand people vacate the premises earlier in the day now, I took a few minutes to deliver the CDs (the man was most pleased and I left him listening to the first one) and go by to get some cucumbers and tomatoes. No pickling cucumbers! I bought the smallest large one they had. I don’t know why growers think big is better.
I’ve ordered 14 lubs hichaya persimmons from a woman in the Great Northwest. A friend of mine is getting 50 lubs but she can pick them up and not have to pay shipping. That makes a big difference. The hichayas are more expensive than the fuyus I get from Dario which is why I’m not getting many. They will be more like a treat than an everyday item. I’ll have to let them get good and ripe so I won’t feel like I have a furry tongue. Dr. D. says to buy them at Thanksgiving and eat them at Christmas. That’s about the truth.
I stopped at the roadside market after work and got enough romaine to do me until next week. It’s nice of them to store it for me. I may be the only one buying it.
Well, here’s where I wind this post up and say good night!