Wellness Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Just got back from visiting my sister in Bradenton, Florida, for her birthday.

This is a photo of the Manatee River I took on the way home. We have some beautiful scenery here in Florida. On the other side of the bridge was a houseboat floating lazily down the river.

Sometimes these little excursions are just what one needs for a refreshing dose of mental health.

And I’m still walking for my physical health…and living my plant based lifestyle.

This is today’s step count, even with the travel. We had a tofu scramble for breakfast, a bean burger for lunch and a veggie sandwich for dinner. Filling, healthy, and delicious!

What are you doing this Wellness Wednesday?

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Memories Monday, April 22, 2019

My first date with hubby was April 20, 1994, his parents’ 40th wedding anniversary. We live in Central Florida. I had been to Utah and back, and he had been to Alaska and back.

As we got to know each other, we learned that, not only did we go to the same high school, but that we had lived less than 3 miles away from one another. We knew many of the same people, we just had never met each other.

We met 25 years later in the Circle K where I worked! We’ve been inseparable ever since. And going on 25 years of marriage (in July) and we’ve never had a fight. We do disagree, but choose not to fight about our disagreements. I don’t think we’ll live to see our 50th, but that’s ok. Love is eternal, and I’m beyond grateful for what I have.

What memories are you mulling today?

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Memories Monday, April 15, 2019

I just learned this past week that my first husband died. This is the man I ran away from back in 1978.

It’s a long story which I won’t go into here, but my older son wanted to contact his father back in 1992, so I helped him. We learned that Hector was in prison, doing a term of 5 to 25 years. In the process, he told James that he was responsible for everything that went wrong in our marriage, that I was an angel. He didn’t want James to hold anything against me.

It seems strange to me that it took over 22 years to learn of his death. It’s even stranger that this makes me so sad. I guess we all have thoughts about what could have been.

RIP, Hector.

What are you remembering today?

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Wellness Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Still walking, still moving! I’m not done for the day yet. I don’t pay any attention to the sleep mode…it lies to me. It counts every time I sit down as sleep time. Lol!

I had my usual potatoes, bok choy, and no-cheese sauce for breakfast…no added salt, sugar or oil, and always vegan, of course!

Not pictured, I had a veggie sandwich for lunch, complete with lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, olives, and sauerkraut. Delish!

Don’t know yet what I’m fixing for dinner, but it will be nutrient dense, all-delicious, and all-vegan!

What are you doing for Wellness this Wednesday?

A Pocketful of Joy to Fill Your Day