Saturday, February 07, 2009

not studying

It's hard to study when you can go here and get a free hour long yoga session for any ability. Add a warm fire, a clean bamboo floor, and a pot of tea and there's no way you want to read a dry textbook. Just move, melt and tune into your body.

There is a different workout every day. I am trying some inversions but nowhere near this level. I hear they are good for your brain. But will it make me want to study? That remains to be seen.

It's hard to study when there are so many different juice combinations just waiting to be tried. Beet - carrot - orange - ginger is a nice warming blend. And beautiful.

It's hard to study when your adorable cat is entertaining you with his antics. Here we have a game called jump in the drawer and flick things out, then jump down and chase them across the floor.

It's hard to study when you'd rather be in the kitchen. When you know the fridge is full of wonderful organic food waiting to be experimented with. Yes I do have the world's smallest fridge; it's propane. But it holds the essentials: top to bottom, jam, salsa, miso, raw goat cheese, sprouted almonds, old condiments I should throw away, almond butter, homemade salad dressing, leftover roasted root vegetables, leftover quinoa, sprouted lentils, tortillas (Nice Dad cannot live without these), young Thai coconut, kale, spinach, carrots, and in the drawers several pounds of assorted vegetables (whatever looked good, which these days is EVERYTHING).

It's hard to study when you'd rather be blogging, or surfing the net for raw food recipes. But since I'm leaving on vacation soon I'd better get back to research.



Blogger LauraJ said...

I was thinking of you this morning and wishing you lots of love this month. It was this time last year we swapped our love quilts.

6:24 PM  
Blogger Green Kitchen said...

I've been making a juice of beets, carrots, parsley, ginger, garlic, lemon. A liver cleanser. You've been inspiring me with all the green drinks and raw. Sprouting is next on the list.

3:41 PM  

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