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This is Why We Need to Stop Eating Late
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"The pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; the optimist, the opportunity in every difficulty." - L. P. Jacks

I checked my blood sugar this morning. OMGoodness! It was 196, this is better than the 300+ I was running when I began all this blood letting. Since I have been paying attention to what I eat, I have also been paying attention to when we eat. Just the other day I read an article about eating late isn't good for us. I think this glucose reading is some of what the story was pointing at.

I spoke to Michael about our evening dinner and that maybe it would be a good idea if we began eating earlier in the evening. He was willing to give it a try. Now to see what kind of results I get.

Today is the first day of the new lunar cycle and Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year. I can't believe our days will begin shortening after today.

Today is another day of trying to find a comfortable position to meditate in. This morning I tried lying down but that was good either.

After meditating, Bailey is waiting in the door of the kitchen. He has that look on his face that it was about time. Can you see him tapping his paw on the floor?

Luckily I got up early this morning because we have to go back to SLO-town for an appointment of Michael's.

As we leave the apartment, I noted the apple I had placed in the front yard, has been well pecked by the jays. Michael told me that yesterday Mrs. T came over to ask if the kids had thrown the apple there. He said no, I had placed it there for the birds. Michael suggested I put the apple on a plate to make it look like it is supposed to be there. Now I know why I picked up the free dishes from my next door neighbor's yard.

Today's appointment is a stressful one for Michael. I go along to spread peace and serenity to him. He does thank me for coming along that my presence does aid him in staying calm. I guess this is what being a wife is all about. Appointment done we can get onto other things.

Before heading home, we go to Foods 4 Less to purchase some meats for the freezer. That store has the best meats and the best prices for the money we spend. A package of fish was also purchased and it will be our dinner tonight. I also picked up a large container of creamer for the times I do drink coffee and I picked up some yeast. Mz. Bex at Thoughts From Crow Cottage had suggested I make some bread but I forgot to ask her what kind of yeast to get. I wing it on this one and get some Fleischmann's RapidRise Highly Active Yeast. I do hope this is user friendly. LOL.

Below, I have taken a self portrait of me with my old glasses on. This is their second go around in the world of vision.

Self Portrait - old glasses

After putting the food away, we settled into our respective sitting/lying receptacles and took a nap. It is very nice to be home.

Dinner was the fish and a salad and at a decent hour as well. Now tomorrow, I will find out where my glucose is.

mz. em

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