Welcome to Orthodox Holy Week

The moon is so bright you could probably read by it. The first full moon of Spring marks Passover. The Jewish holiday (remember Christ was born into a Jewish family. He came first for the Jews, was rejected and then adopted the Gentiles. We are the wild olive branches.) Romans 11:17 Now if some of … Continue reading Welcome to Orthodox Holy Week

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How meat is saving my life

When I was 30, I had a cancer scare. When I was 31, I had another one. With a cancer scare comes surgeries to remove tissue for biopsies. When you spend a summer with tubes inside of you, recovering from surgery, you have time to think about life, your future (will I have one?) and … Continue reading How meat is saving my life

Ten years ago vs. now challenge

There is a social media challenge going on presently involving people posting photos of themselves 10 years ago along side photos taken recently. The objective is to show how much you have changed. I began looking through old photos and quite frankly, I cannot handle the painful memories associated with many of the photos I … Continue reading Ten years ago vs. now challenge

Starting my 3rd week carnivore

I've been eating nothing but eggs, meat and dairy for 2 weeks now. I am down 11lbs since I started on Jan. 1. I am down 24 lbs since I began adjusting my diet (read: trying but not trying to eat carnivore) last year. My inflammation is waaaaaay down. My hair as stopped falling out. … Continue reading Starting my 3rd week carnivore

Meat sale

I went to the grocery store yesterday. They are having an INCREDIBLE sale on steaks. The family packs were more than 1/2 off. Family Pack... that's cute. My husband and I are starting the carnivore diet. Two people eating a steak everyday for a month can get expensive. At these prices, that's about the same … Continue reading Meat sale