i come home, eat chips, and watch spongebob.
lol. i should probably start studying or something.
going on a week and a half trip that will include lots of hiking and camping and new sites. d’oh my gosh i’m so excited. I get to see the desert, mountains, canyons…
Hoo-ray for the guys at Qdoba who are nice about me paying for the cheapest tacos on the menu with mostly dimes and nickles and then giving me a free drink because I’m a broke college kid
but this bed is so much more comfortable than the chair in my western civ class.
I just feel like crying for the world and it’s inhabitants today.
I’m going to put this energy into writing a kick ass paper on the fundamental shifts in social structure during and after the industrial revolution, and whether or not they are leaning more towards the positive or negative side.
pumpkin spice coffee. with pumpkin spice syrup. and raw goats milk.
in celebration of me starting to paper that I don’t want to write.
it’s going to be a late night.
but at least I have this yummy coffee, right?
time to drown myself in the industrial revolution.
i have the opportunity to go out west for a week and camp and hike and be free and dammit i’m going to go. why was I considering not going?
let’s see if I can make this happen. :)
So for about the past week, I’ve pretty much gone completely raw with my eating habits. After realizing what manufactured dog and cat food does to our pets and switching Maggie to a RAW diet (and Murphy soon- more research needs to be done), I started wondering what our basic diet was meant to be when we appeared on this planet. Obviously veggies and fruits are a huge hunk of that. Not this processed crap we are sold in stores today. So, it’s all or nothing for me with most things and this was no different. At first I was tired and was having headaches, but now I’m finally getting up to where I should be. The transition for the most part has been smooth. My mind is clear and I’m happier. I feel better. It’s fantastic. :) I generally don’t take naps or try not to, but I’m learning to listen to my body, which doing yoga has taught me to do. So yea, I’m just trying to figure out how we were meant to thrive on this planet. Seems like the way to go, right? Just a tid bit. :)
time for a nap. waking up at 6:30am is poop and leave me all sleepy.
then i’ll study some and head to italian.
sleep. i want to sleep forever. all nice and cuddled up in blankets.
I can’t wait until it gets colder. :)