Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Two Hours a Day

I read until 8:00 a.m.  My jobs today were to feed the guavas and beach cherries with blue stone, fertilizer, compost and mulch.  Then I mulched the trees John had been feeding this morning.
Blue Stone...crushed lava rock....contains 36 trace elements.

Our fruit trees at home need to be fed like this once a year until they get established.  Once established, we can let them go up to five years between feedings.  When we do feed the established trees we need to put back what we took from them.  For example, if we got 100 pounds of fruit from a tree, we will need to put 100 pounds of  food around the plant.

The vegetable garden is doing great.  

Lunch was papaya, avocado, mandarin, banana, passion fruit, and grated coconut.

I washed my hair and rolled it on rollers.  It's all to no avail.  It still looks terrible.

I got on the computer and got a few things done.  Also, checked on the home folks.

I had two more ticks on me today...one on my scalp and one on my face.  I got the one off my face; Karen got the one off my scalp for me.  The places where the bit feel like a bruise.  I think I'm getting them off the trees as I walk underneath them.  Maybe I'll buy a cap and see if that will help.

Consultations at 2:00.  The scale is not working.  I only weighed 35 kilos today.  ha ha  Yesterday, I was 55 kilos.  No telling what my actual weight is.  I guess I'll find out when I get home.

When the neck goes out, it is related to what is going on in your gut.  What is going on in your gut is related to what is going into your mind and what is going into your mouth.

Supper was lettuce, tomato, avocado, sauerkraut, pecans and two dates.

We talked about withdrawal symptoms.  Many times the food you crave is the one you are withdrawing from...You crave what you are addicted to.

I practiced flute, read, journaled, studied my lesson on vaccination, and went to bed with a good book.

If everyone in a community would supply only their actual needs for survival....including housing...everyone in the community would have to work two hours a day.  A man could support a family by working four hours per day.

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