Mercy, a bunch of spambots last night and this morning!
I hope y'all like the kale. It is my standard way of cooking greens, and I can never get enough of it. It doesn't hurt if you throw in a slice or two of bacon, either! This time when I cooked it, I turned on Terry Wahls', 'Minding your Mitochondria' Tedx talk and reviewed why it was so good for me. Mmmm, B vitamins!
Well, yesterday I certainly got my iodine. Here's how it went down:
Up at 6:30
11:30 2 plates of sashimi and sushi
canteloupe, blackberries, grapefruit
8:00 2oz of rib-eye
Water: 13 glasses
Bed at 11:00
Short and sweet. The staying up late was accidental- kid transport plus a good book. But I didn't feel tired until I laid down. Very satisfactory.
The new cookbook looks good. I think I will be getting it, though probably not in the time limit to help push it up on the lists. Still, gross sales count, too.
Did some work on the secret project yesterday, hard work. Sweat on the brow work. Planning for some more today.
Also started counting my projects. I'm up to 156. Almost half a year's worth. Now that's scary. Although, with taking one day off per week taking me to a total of 312...yikes, EXACTLY half a year's worth. And that was without really stretching myself, just listing the basic quilting, sewing, scrapbooking things I would like to get done. Guess I have my year cut out for me.
Added to the guidelines: if I realize a project was a mistake, getting rid of it counts as completing it. I'm getting to the stage in my life where I don't want so much STUFF around. It will be nice to finish things, enjoy them myself or give them away, and get rid of all the extras, and bins and papers related to them. And maybe even get rid of some things that are completed, but just aren't my style anymore. After all, just because I made it, does not mean I have to keep it forever. Mini-quilt in the bathroom: I'm looking at you!
Our latest adventure: there is a mouse in the house. We have to track it down and kill it. I'm not looking forward to this. I have sympathy for rodents, enjoyed 'Ratatouille' as much as the next person, but I do NOT want them IN my house! I hope it is gone before Eldest and Girlfriend get here.