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WHAT I ATE WEDNESDAY: An Amazing Day

WHAT I ATE WEDNESDAY: An Amazing Day

I don’t know where you are in the world, but I hope you’re feeling as much mental sunshine as I am physical. It’s been gorgeous out the past few days here, and that’s putting me in an endlessly good mood.
Breakfast. This morning I woke up REALLY hungry. And I mean like stomach growling, dizzy hungry. I realized that the night before I’d only eaten a handful of carrots, and before that hadn’t eaten since noon. I focused on a study of Isaiah 57, which was fantastic, and then when downstairs and fixed a bowl of shreddies in goats milk yogurt with peanut butter, mangoes, and cacao. I caught up on MasterChef before sitting down to study and work on assignments.
A few hours later, I made a lunch of blended mangoes with cacao, topped with peanut butter and dates. I also drank a glass of unsweetened almond milk.
I headed out for the day, went to Linguistics, and then studied and caught up with Laura.
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After study with Laura, I went to Johnny’s where we played frisbee and with his brother and just hung out.
Dinner¬†was at Mary’s with all the girls in my program, plus a girl taking the class as an elective, Beth. We all had such a good time, talkin about our boyfriends (all seven of us are in relationships), watching Netflix, and goofing around. I had a few handfuls of tortilla chips with a substantial amount of Michelle’s homemade guacamole for din. Although this probably shouldn’t have qualified for a dinner, it was good for me because it was unmeasured dip, something I haven’t done in recovery yet.
Bethany, Maddie and I walked home together and stood at the corner for almost an hour giving each other advice and praying together. It was so wholesome, as I like to say, and an answered prayer.
Prayers and blessings going into tomorrow!



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