I slept sound last night and woke up feeling good at 5:30. I read this morning and did some work on-line. I worked some today, too. I cleaned the porch at the dining room, watered my baby plants and cleaned the kitchen.
Lunch was watermelon and coconut. John told me about some of his experiences in India and South Africa. In South Africa there were shanty towns made up of shelters made out of anything from cardboard to scrap metal. In one of these shanties he saw a group of children all squatted down in their school uniforms with eager faces ready to learn. It was their school. Somehow the families had provided them uniforms because they saw it as important. The children were happy and they were not BORED.
I got a sunbath after lunch. The sun felt so toasty and warm.
Consultation was at 2:00. My only complaint is a pain in the middle of my back.
I worked on the computer during the afternoon...checked messages, typed my lesson, and listened to a guy from www.rawrunner.com. Here is a link to a video of Tim Vanorden being interviewed by Dan McDonald. I especially liked the part about the heart.
I talked to my sister, Sheila, on Facebook chat. It's good to hear from people at home. Then I rested until supper.
Supper was 1/2 tomato, 1/3 avocado, a little cucumber, sauerkraut, and a few pecans.
I practiced my flute tonight. This is the first time I have felt like playing for a couple of weeks. I studied my nature cure lesson on Stanley Leif.
Maybe I should cut my hair really short. I have given up on being able to fix it.
To health and happiness.