For brekky had a couple tangelos. Went to class for two hours then played ball.
Ate around a pound of dried mangoes. Ate a couple more tangelos. Played ball again. Went to a seminar. Ate a couple apples. Ate a salad with kale tomatoes and avocado. Feelin it.
Thanks Philip I use Cron-o-meter. I started making changes around 8 years ago and first took out "obvious junk food" and then added sugars and then non-organic and then started playing with veganism off and on and became aware of the ideas surrounding raw. I've been mostly raw for around 5 years now.
Good job on going raw! I hope it is going well. You should update on your progress. When I went raw, myfitnesspal.com really helped me make sure I was getting enough calories and it was nice to make sure I was getting enough protein without getting too much fat. What diet did you come from before going raw?
On the locus
That's where you'll find the hocus pocus
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On Tuesday, May 31, I performed on the cello in public for the very first time. My teacher, the lovely Ms. Ronda Armstrong, orchestrated a charming little recital for her music students in the library of the Stratford Montessori School in Nashville's Donelson area. There were three very young piano students and two adult cello students who performed.
Before the recital started, we did a quick practice in Ms. Armstrongs music room, and I totally bombed on every piece. Thankfully, I've always accepted this as a good omen. I always wind up playing well when this happens. I guess I just needed to get all the nerves calmed down and ironed out.
After the practice, all five of us walked in singe-file line to the library. We sat in the back, and before too long, the show began. On the piano, all the kids that played were just adorable. Jordan Widener played "Donkey" and "It's Halloween". Sam Crow played "Minuet and Trio" and "I've Been Wishing". Later on, Bella Dobson performed "German Folk Song" and "Kangaroo Family". Watching them reminded me of a couple of piano recitals that I did when I was young. I hope all of them continue to perform music in one way or the other. It's just a fun skill to have even if you don't do it professionally.
Then, it was time for the cellists to play. I was on first and played two solo pieces ("Go Tell Aunt Rodie" and "May Song") while Ms. Ronda accompanied me on the piano. Here's a photo. (There's a look of determined Asian concentration on my face.)