Boy has it been a crazy week for me personally! Last week I had been working all around town for job interviews and whatnot, only to find out on Friday which i had got the Administrative Assistant position that I had been hoping for. So, I am officially the new Admin Assistant for Tradesman International in Spokane Valley.
Ok, so no environmental job, but at least its a full-time M-F job with good pay and benefits. Since Kevin has started his online school to get his Masters in Education, a full-time job was all I needed. Now we are going to be officially living jointly in Spokane after we get wedded, which is a huge relief if you ask me because I will not have to go things far. The countdown is 75 times till our wedding now, and there are many things that require to be achieved still. I don’t officially start my new job until next Monday, so I will be working constantly trying to get a whole lot of the tiny things done this week.
Here is our first attempt. Not bad at all considering my mom needs new Crisco for the frosting and the strawberry filling make the frosting a bit pink. That is only the top layer done beautifully, the bottom layer will be almost three times as thick as pictured here. Our homemade cake is more for decoration and picture purposes, on the actual day we are receiving Costco cakes to feed most guests.
In the meantime, I have already been pursuing Dr. Fuhrman’s Eat to Live 6-week plan and have been feeling great! I haven’t acquired too much weight reduction to talk about yet, unfortunately. I think this is because of the reality that I still tend to overeat, even though it is all good plant-based foods. I have also been working out like crazy, so maybe my appetite is increasing accordingly? I have already been having more green smoothies in the mornings in order to vamp up my greens intake for every day.
Since my parents have a garden in the back garden with abundant kale, I have already been mostly using kale for my smoothies along with some fruits we’ve readily available for sweetening. 1. Place all substances in to the blender you start with the soft ingredients, and putting the iced banana in last. 2. Blend until even and creamy.
3. Serve immediately or store in refrigerator to take later that day. The ingredients I used today for pictures are bolded in parentheses, therefore i used kale, blueberries, and milk almond. This recipe generally makes enough for me to have a full glass for breakfast and also to provide a smaller glass like the main one pictured above to my mom as a snack.
- Exercise wisely, like walking
- It really helps to strengthen the immune system
- Palpitations (hook worms)
- Humans are nature carnivores
If you feel that this has too strong of “green” taste for you, just add more fruit as you would like to raise the sweetness. Believe me, easily first drank this before being truly a nutritarian for a while, it would be a bit of a shocking taste if you ask me. Now, however, I love the minor bitter flavor of the greens with the special of the fruits.
It has lots of the same qualifications as tug of war – an extremely natural expression of human ability, contested over the global world in ancient times as well as modern. Although I don’t find it as attractive a spectacle, I’d haven’t any problem with wrestling being cut back in to the Olympic fold instead of some modern or somewhat contrived sports, which have Olympic representation presently.
But not in place of tug of war. Given your advocacy for wrestling, I wonder what’s your objection to tug of war after all of the many factors I raised? I’ve described at least 8 merits of tug of war as an Olympic sport – which of these 8 merits do you disagree?