It is surprisingly easy to stay on this food plan. Here’s what I eat: three and a half ounces of fish, chicken or lean beef at lunch and dinner, and the same measurement of approved vegetables. In addition, two pieces of fruit. Two litres of water. Starvation fare, right? Wrong. I love not having to make so many decisions about food all the time. PLEASE do not go on this program as outlined here–I’m under the care of a doctor, and taking special supplements and hormone drops. I have regular blood work. I repeat, DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME. You MUST have medical supervision. If you think you might want to be on the program, call Dr. Sam Walters at Wellspring Clinic in Scottsdale, AZ. He’s listed.
Although the time for peonies is about gone, I still have some budding in my yard. What joy they give me, and I suppose the fact that they’re here for such a short time is part of their unending charm. When it comes to flowers, my rule is: it simply isn’t possible to have too many peonies. Roses, either.
TYLER is well underway, but except for Monday, and some polishing yesterday, I haven’t written a word. I’m in goof-off mode, but no worries. I’ll be back to work by Monday, for sure. After many years of driving myself, I’ve learned (finally) that puttering occasionally is okay. It’s even good for the creative process.
So I’m going to collage today, and go in for my mammogram at three o’clock.
Have you had YOUR mammogram, ladies? I know it’s a pain, but it’s necessary to stay healthy.