Tuesday, November 20, 2007

I'm Back (I hope)

Don't want to jinx it, but this is Day 3 of all raw.

I've been eating lots of papaya, which is quite possibly my favorite fruit. We got some good citrus, too. And I tried some of my Fuyu persimmons that I got at a major bargain price--2 forty pound cases for $70. Not totally ripe yet, but still sweet and yummy.

I am experiencing some cleansing symptoms already, such as an intermittent headache, a rash/ hives that migrate around my body, and other mild irritations.

I feel a lot less dehydrated, bloated, and backed up, though. So that makes up for it. LOL!

Someone (Elchanan from Path of Health) suggested that every time I feel a craving, I should stop and try to explore what might have triggered it. This has helped somewhat. Sometimes, I realize that I feel upset about X, but I can't really solve X at this point. So it can be a little frustrating.

My husband and kids and I are taking a mini-trip for Thanksgiving to an indoor waterpark. We hope it will be a time to really bond as a family. I may end up in bed the whole time.


Sarah said...

Yay! Hopefully your detox doesn't last too long! Have a nice Thanksgiving :)

Connie said...

:) Sending you much love and good wishes!

I'm getting my backyard ready so you can come pitch a tent or a yurt or something and grow some food for us to eat! lol! We WILL have our community yet, Marjorie!

Big Big Hugs!

PS Do you know anything about composting toilets? Are they legal? (:-O) hahahaha! RVM can bring the FBWs!

Sarah said...

Yay! What a good deal on persimmons. I hope you have a wonderful time with your family over this Thanksgiving holiday. I'm thankful that you're back :)

Courtney said...

Congrats Marjorie--keep it up!

And that deal on the persimmons sounds amazing! I am completely jealous...how/where in the world did you manage to find the persimmons at that price?? I have been going to the Asian grocery store where I can get them for .65 cents each, which I am pleased with...


Greenmama said...

Thanks for your support, ladies. Connie, can you have that yurt ready for Christmas? LOL!