My year of health continues...
In addition to my yoga 3 times a week, my organic food and periodic chiropractic adjustments, I've decided to Cleanse. A couple of the mom's from my sons class have tried this Clean Program. After watching them go through the detox and the cleanse, I am convinced it's what I need. The transformations that I've seen in my fellow moms have been wonderful. Their energy, their skin and 8 or more pounds have dropped. In the matter of a few weeks.
I'm so excited about the prospect that I will have natural energy, and feel better than I have possibly ever felt that I am not bummed about giving up things that I like to eat. It's for a mere three weeks and I'll feel better and look better just in time for summer!
The Escondido Renaissance Fair was at the end of April and we went on Sunday, both weekends.
Pirate Coat from Samiah. That's not actually the one I want for him, but it's not on the website. He's tried a specific one on every year and it's actually quite a bit more (double) expensive than the one on the website. Which has made it quite unattainable for our income. But someday...
I have been knitting a little here and there. To learn and research about things (food and cooking, homemaking, handmade things) I want to know about is time consuming. It is totally worth the effort and my other hobbies that I feel like I actually have a handle on can wait on the back-burner until I figure some of these other things out. I've made 3 hot water bottle covers for gifts, 2 for Mother's Day gifts and 1 for a friend. I've made a little progress on the sweater and sock I'm working on, just not enough to take new pictures.
That's it for now, time to go finish reading A Handmade Life by William Coperthwaite before heading off to the farmers market with Shelly. My research books are starting to accumulate faster than I can read them!
Anyone else think that building a yurt would be really fun and awesome?