Day 35

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Got to bed around midnight last night.  I was on the computer too long and didn't want to take more time taking a detox bath.  I was awake by 6:30am and out of bed.

I made breakfast for me, hubby and ES. We had omelets with homemade pork sausage.   For hubby I scrambled four eggs [affiliate link] in my Magic Bullet [affiliate link], then poured the eggs into a hot cast iron skillet that had plenty of melted butter (about one tablespoon).  I typically cook at medium heat (we have an electric stove that goes from Low 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, High so medium is 5) but I am finding with this new way of cooking that 4 is better and sometimes 3. Otherwise I'm burning food.  I let the eggs set up at 4 with a lid on top.  Before I started the eggs, I sauteed fresh spinach.   Hubby has been buying lots of avocados, they are on sale right now 3 for $1.00.  So I mashed up two avocados and we had spinach and avocado omelets.

Spinach and Avocado Omelet and Pork Sausage

Since I only had six and a half hours sleep last night, I will probably be taking a nap soon. I need to get the nap done and over with, so I can concentrate on work that I need to get done today.

More later.

I guess I forgot to finish the day.

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2 comments to Day 35

  • Jen

    What do you put in your detox bath? It sounds interesting!

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    Starlene Reply:

    Hi Jen! I am rotating between Epsom Salts, baking soda or Apple Cider Vinegar. About half cup of each. Here is some more reading on detox baths at Baden’s site. Thanks for your comment!

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