I started work at 7:15. My job today was to continue the mowing. I mowed from 7:30 until 9:45. I was so hot and thirsty. After putting the mower up, I went back to the cabin to rest and drink some water. After I cooled off a bit, I knitted on my cap for a little while.
Finally, I felt rejuvenated enough to weed the pineapples for about half an hour. I quit at 11:00. I'd had enough. So I got a shower and washed my hair.
When I checked on the melons there were two little wallabies checking them out, too. They hopped across the field while I was mowing, too.
|There is a wallaby in this picture.|
Lunch was papaya, banana, yellow sapote, avocado, locquat, star apple, mango, and grated coconut.
After lunch I did some work on the computer.
We had consultation with Eddie at 2:00. He's doing good, but he only slept two hours last night. Healing is hard work. I want to take a picture of him, but he wants to fix his hair first.
I practiced my flute. I'm reading a condensed book called Fallen Angel by Don J. Snyder. It's good. There was a nice breeze blowing through the cabin.
I studied my Philosophy of Nature Cure lesson on The Treatment of Chronic Disease - Part One.
This is the difference between Nature Cure and the allopathic school. The allopath fights disease symptoms. Nature Cure works to create healthy conditions in the habits and surroundings of the patient.
Resist not evil, but overcome evil with good - The Bible This applies to the treatment of disease, too.
I typed my lesson and sent it to John.
Supper was tomato, cucumber, sauerkraut, pecans, and a date. John told me the story of the Henrik Ibsen play The Master Builder. It does not have a good ending.
I checked on Eddie and filled up his water bottle. He and his gorgeous thirteen year old son eat all raw. His wife eats some cooked food. After she had a blood transfusion, she started to get food cravings for foods she had never eaten before. She's back to eating a healthy diet now, but still not all raw.
I played three games of Mahjong Titans, knitted on my cap, and read until lights out.
To health and happiness.