That's the guiding principle of this new food plan I've embarked on. I like the idea of searching out stuff to eat that has a lot of power packed into small spaces. It feels more like a treasure hunt than a trip to the principal's office, like most "diets" I've tried.

I won't bore you with all the details, but suffice it to say I'll be spending a lot more time over the sink cutting up vegetables and fruit. I'm kind of looking forward to it, but don't tell DH. It just gets his hopes up. A friend and I are also working out at the gym together three days a week. I'll let you know how it's going every so often.

This evening I got a visit from buddy Gail, who dropped by for some cool sticks (with which she makes the most awesome garden art) and some alpaca manure for her garden. We chatted up by her car on the road for a while because the night was just so painfully gorgeous--who wants to be inside? The farm is a veritable font of unquenchable amazingness.


  1. Anonymous3:32 PM

    Hi Cindy!
    Please send me some of those tomatoes! They look wonderfully tasty!
    I can just picture you and Gail having a long chat near the car. O the joy of friendship!

  2. I like this "treasure hunt" approach to food, Cindy! Makes it lots more fun and adventurous. My friend, Joann, and I are going to an indoor, salt water pool twice a week to do water activities, have fun, and do Esther Williams imitations. We are loving it!!!


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