April 14, 2010
2 oz. wheatgrass
Breakfast: 30 oz. Chard, romaine, spinach, cabbage, beet w/green, broccoli, carrot, celery, apple, cucumber, mint.
The Sun is Shining and Blue-Green Algae.
Juice from 1 Thai Coconut!
Lunch: PineOrPle! 24 oz. Pineapple, Orange, Apple diluted with distilled water.
Dinner: 30 oz. cucumber, celery, carrot, apple, kale, spinach, cilantro, lime.
Today's Symptom's: I was in a deep sleep when my Honey woke me up for scriptures, which is unusual because I usually hear him and my oldest son as they are getting ready for work and school. The first thing I noticed was this strong strange taste in my mouth? I couldn't tell what it was? I immediately took care of that by doing the usual 3x a day tongue scraping that I have to do. Boy, I can't wait till that's over with.
I actually felt good this morning. Can I just say, "HALLELUJAH!!" No chest pain! I still have dizziness though and can tell that I've been laying down for 2+ weeks.
I colored my hair, gave myself a mani and pedi, cleaned, did laundry, laid in the sun for 20 min., took care of my daughter, made my own lunch, went to Target, Good Earth, and Costco, picked up the kids, unloaded the groceries, made them their snack, made a dinner for a girl I visit teach and her family who just had a baby, made dinner for my family (so wonderful!), made my dinner, and called it a day at 6:30. I was exhausted and ready to get back in bed with my laptop and catch up on blogging for you!
Oh, I had a BM!! On my own!! Wasn't fun, wasn't pretty, and the smell? Well....I'll just leave it at that.
I forgot to mention that for the past 2 days I've had tiny itchy red spots on my lower legs. I didn't think it was anything, I just thought my skin was dry. But then last night I really looked closely and noticed the red spots. Can I just say that this detoxing thing is for real!
I needed a day like today! The sun was shining and everything was beautiful and it looked like how I felt. The tulips are coming up and the trees are starting to blossom and it's going hand in hand with my healing. I am a Pupa! And I can't wait to come out!