Whoo-hoo! I am on a writing roll. Finally! For some reason, I have had a lot of trouble starting the Healthy Tipping Point book (wanna be in it? Check this out!). In fact, my original schedule (self-imposed) had me starting March 7. But this morning, I managed to bang out four pages – or 1,685 words!
How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time!
Lunch was light and fresh:
Don’t you just love how spring and summer causes you to crave certain dishes?! I was really hankering for oats, rice puffs, Greek yogurt, 1/2 a banana, strawberries, and sunflower seeds.
And I enjoyed this amazing smoothie while I sat on the porch and wrote:
Looks like sludge, tastes AMAZABALLS.
In the blender:
- 1 cup almond milk
- 1 handful spinach
- 1/2 a banana
- 15 frozen cherries
- 1 tablespoon cocoa powder
And since I’m in such a good mood, I’ll throw in some cute puppy pictures of the dogs at FABO Cafe on Friday. They love being able to roam around a coffee shop.
Fun fact: Dachshunds were bred to be long and short with thin, wiry tails so they could burrow inside badger holes, grab the badger, and be pulled out by their tails (with the badger in their mouths) by their masters.
Another fun fact: Dachshunds have such loose skin around their neck so when a badger grabs them, the badger doesn’t bite any important organs or veins, just skin. I can pull Maggie’s neck skin out about four inches (gross).
One more fun fact: James loves hugs. Not badgers. Just hugs.