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i had a few primal pancakes with butter, and then a few bowls of chicken soup (mostly broth with some cream) around 4:30. i guess it wasn't so bad, because it wasn't a gnawing hunger or low blood sugar. actually, i enjoyed the hunger feeling when it became apparent again, i don't usually feel that hungry before i eat.
my posture needs improvement. i have this ugly habit of letting my pelvis tilt posterior, need to nip that in the bud before it becomes serious. yesterday i did 10 bulgarian squats on each leg. shaky form, and i had been placing some weight on my back leg, so i know these need work. yesterday, my legs felt wobbly throughout the day, as if i was just learning how to use them again. today they ache, that's probably a good sign.
i began reading Game of Thrones yesterday, and just passed the passage where Dany and the khal consummated their marriage. sort of romantic in a way, much better than the TV series.
we have a bit of purple carrots, some (orange) danver variety, chiogga beets, three varieties of tomatoes, and the mystery squash which began to grow in the middle of a pathway. after picking the last two, i've decided the mystery squash is pumpkin. bummer, but it's still producing so we should have a few by autumn. not pictured is the purple bell pepper i forgot to pluck, but will shortly add to pico de gallo.
heh, thank you. the vegetables weren't. my carrots were mostly covered in galls, and it isn't winter squash season, so i shouldn't have harvested the squash regardless of variety. *shrug* oh well. little do my kids know, the carrots they are eating were probably infested with eelworms. lol, oh well.
the tomatoes, on the other hand, were fabulous. pico de gallo tomorrow will be delicious.
ottercat- my garden is pretty big. i expected to be inundated with produce by now, so i'm a little disappointed, though also relieved because i don't feel like canning right now.