Thursday, July 7, 2011

Cleaning Up

I got up at 6:00 to have some computer time.  I imported my pictures, uploaded a video to YouTube, wrote my blog, listened to a religious broadcase, and chatted with Travis on Skype.  Travis says it is 100 degrees in the shade at home.  It's 56 degrees here, and I'm cold.

John and I cleaned the cabin from top to bottom to get it ready for the incoming client who is arriving on Saturday.  Then I spent the rest of the morning cleaning the kitchen.  John worked on the pineapple bed.

I cleaned up and then had lunch of papaya, custard apple, avocado, tamarillo, and coconut.  I didn't want my banana.  I would like to see if we can grow tamarillos in Arkansas.  

After lunch I made the bed in the cabin for the new arrival then I cleaned my own cabin.  Instead of sunbathing, I started cleaning the bathrooms and showers.  I got them all done before supper.

Deep vein thrombosis is indicative of a highly toxic body.  Our bodies are designed to deal with clots and veins breaking every day, but when DVT develops it means the body can't keep up with what it is being asked to do.  The natural treatment is fasting and change of lifestyle.  Fasting should be done under supervision of someone that understands how and when to fast.

I spent some time in the afternoon on the computer checking email and Facebook and watching a couple of You Tube videos and listening to some programs.

Supper was tomato, avocado, lime juice, sauerkraut and pecans.  I didn't want my dates.

John's son, Jonathon, has moved to the farm with his wife, Tina, and two children.  They are moving into the house where Ben and Sarina were living.  Ben and Sarina have built a new house on the property.  Their new house looks like a tropical house.  I met Tina when she came up to get water out of the rain tank.  She is very pretty.

I practiced my flute, got everything ready for an early morning departure to Cairns tomorrow, and then read for a little while.

That's it for now. Be healthy and happy.

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