1. The first disc of Psych.
2. The first disc of Stargate Universe.
3. Doctor Who: The Unearthly Child.
Doctor Who is currently on fast forward, and then I shall have to return to Lego Games to avoid the dishes. And putting away the chickens. And doing laundry. And going grocery shopping. And being a productive member of society.
"Be careful what you pretend to be because you are what you pretend to be." Kurt Vonnegut
"I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by." Douglas Adams
"Moderation sucks." Suse
"Wine is a vegetable." Meaty
"Every decision you make, from what you eat to what you do with your time tonight, turns you into who you are tomorrow and the day after that." Cmdr Chris Hadfield
Oh Panda, your journal really is the highlight of my day every time you post xD It almost makes me want to start a journal. But I shan't, for it would rarely be updated, and when it was, it would be filled with my recent failures. I'm not good at primal living at all! xD
She says, munching on a packet of crisps. -_-;
Bunny trainer extraordinaire!
On the rare occasion that I stop at Whole Paycheck, I love that they have baggies of offerings right at the register to pick up. However, it can be hard to find ones that I'm willing to buy. I usually settle on tuna. Even after I discovered that it contains soy. (I have some cans of tuna in water on my shelf that need to be donated. Who knew you needed to check the lable of tuna in water?!) I figure it probably won't kill them and the protein is good. And it tastes better than canned veggies. Yuck.
There's another store that I frequent that is also doing a holiday donation thing. I was going to buy a bag or two of groceries. Then I realized that the $5 bag and the $15 bag include chips. Pasta, well, most people think that's healthy. Chips?! Chuck them a potato instead! It's healthier and probably cheaper for the grocery store! I can't bring myself to buy needy people chips, and I'm so miffed that I don't want to buy the $10 bag that doesn't include them because I would be supporting the whole shebang which includes chips. How are the needy to become not needy if we're feeding them chips? Really.
Round Two of High Fat
Well, THAT was unexpected. (And YAY!) Gay Panda does not like High Fat, but High Fat likes Gay Panda. Of my roughly 1750 calories yesterday, 62% were fat. This was lower than I intended because I never made it to the store since I was saving the world from Lego Voldemort. I await kudos.
While I was whining about the Pure Utter Nasty of eating High Fat, and having to shop in general, Lady Friend suggested that I just eat a stick of butter every day as my menu plan. After all, I have butter in my fridge already. Thank you, Lady Friend. I know that you find sinking your teeth into a stick of butter to be a most palatable experience, but I think you are gross.
Kudos, Panda, Kudos to you!
There are two wolves fighting within a man's heart, one is Love, the other is Hate. The one that wins is the one you feed.
My friends, love is better than anger. Hope is better than fear. Optimism is better than despair. So let us be loving, hopeful and optimistic. And we'll change the world. - Jack Layton
The Primal Adventures of Griffin - Huzzah!
Maybe using the butter as a guide for how much fat to add to your food will be helpful though. If you assign a stick per day and use gratuitous slabs of it for each meal, you can ensure you get the desired amount per day. Or measure out your coconut oil or whatever other cooking fat you prefer, and make sure to use the entire container/plateful/room of fat. When it doubt, add spoonfuls to a hot drink!
I hope you won't abandon vegetables altogether!
Current interests - Starting Strength (reading it very slowly)