Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Missed Appointment

I slept ten hours!  I got up at 7:00, so I only read two chapters in the Bible before heading over to get on the computer.  I had an appointment to Skype with my Mom at 7:30 my time.  I checked Facebook and emails while waiting on the call.  At 8:30, I gave up and went to mow.

I mowed for two hours this morning, including around the melons and some of the fruit trees.  At 10:30, I went back to the office to see if I could still catch Mom on Skype, but it was too late.  Molly had left to take her home, Travis had gone home, too.  I got to talk to SIL, Ken, and grand-daughter, Ashlyn.  Also, said hello to grandsons, Zac and Braeden.  Ken and his dad played golf with Travis today.  They had fun.

John had lunch prepared by the time I got back to the kitchen.  Lunch was papaya, avocado, custard apple, sapadilla (aka chico-chico), yellow sapote, banana with macadamia nut spread, and grated coconut.

After lunch, I finished my Bible chapters.  I read twelve chapters today so I could finish Lamentations.

We met with Eddie at 2:00.  Fat soluble vitamin D is available to us from dairy and organ meats.  I don't want to eat raw organ meats, but I would love to find a source for raw, unpasteurized dairy products.  I am going to check out Stony Acres in Bauxite.  They sell raw goat's milk.  I'll have to learn how to make butter and yogurt and cheese.  I wish we could buy raw cow's milk, but the Arkansas legislature thinks they have power over the individual on what foods they should eat.

Consultation with Ian followed.  Itchy feet and legs can be caused during detox by toxins settling in the lower extremities due to gravity.... Any thickening of any part of the body....neck, fingers, etc., is because of the accumulation of waste that is not being properly eliminated.... People with pumped up muscles are suffering from a pathological condition.  They can lift weights, but they can not work as much as a smaller, healthier person....How much oil?  In the tropics, you don't need any oil.  In cooler climates you will use more oil.  You will need more vegetable oils and animal products in cooler climates.  Use a good organic, cold pressed olive oil....It is very good to eat sunflower and buckwheat sprouts.  These sprouts are grown in trays in dirt.  You harvest them by cutting off the tops and stems and eating them.....Cactus is a good food....Always feel free to mono-eat.  If the peaches are in season and they are wonderful, then you can eat only peaches for several days if you so desire.  The same would go with any other fruit or vegetable you might decide to eat.  Mono-eating gives your digestive tract a little rest, too.

I studied my Natural Hygiene lesson on Pediatrics - Childhood diseases.  In Nature Cure we would treat those diseases with fasting and rest.

Ian and I walked around the property, and I showed him where the trees are planted.

Supper was tomato, cucumber, avocado, sauerkraut, pecans and a date.

Ian is an artist.  He plans to scope out a good subject tomorrow for a water color.

Eddie gave me his recipe for seed cheese, and I saved it as a word document.  But today...it's not there.  I'll have to get it again.

I knitted on CHH's cap and read.

To health and happiness.

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