- had tea for breakfast
- ate a banana for Second Breakfast
- am having honey baked salmon, rice pilaf, and salad for lunch
- am drinking green tea
When I was in Junior High I was introduced to Jewish holidays through one of my friends. Yom Kippur especially sticks in my memory, since it involved her mother whisking her away from school practically the moment the bell rang so that they could go home and eat before sunset.
Today feels a bit like that, except I am not limited by sundown.
Tomorrow is the beginning of Very Modified Food June.
Lissy pointed out to me that chocolate has caffeine in it. Tea and soda* do as well, but I don't drink soda and I am really not all that keen on tea. So my caffeine intake is much lower than previously, but not eliminated. Which is fine. I am not quitting caffeine. The No Coffee/No Alcohol for June thing was slapped onto the program for the sake of my stomach, which has been complaining lately. Whether it's the coffee and alcohol, I don't know. But I would like to know how it feels to have these things restricted.
- had a panini and a soy steamer at the coffeehouse for dinner
- drank a hot chocolate
- had some of the leftover weird nachos
- wrote some
- knit some
*The kind with corn syrup. Not the fizzy water used in mixed drinks.