This mornings breakfast:
- 3 kiwis
- 2 Cups of blueberries
Peel kiwis and wash berries, juice, enjoy.
This was a favorite of my wife’s after she had her wisdom teeth removed and couldn’t eat solids!
Kiwi fruit is an excellent source of vitamin C, helping to keep our immune system strong and our skin firm. Vitamin C is needed to create collagen, the elasticated sticky substance that binds our skin cells together and keps the skin looking young.
- 6 cups Concord Grapes (~2 1/4 lbs of grapes!) (yields ~21oz juice)
- 1 Golden Delicious Apple (yields ~7oz juice)
- 2 2 x 2” pieces Ginger (yields ~2oz juice)
- 1/2 cup Blackberries (yields ~1oz juice)
I am going to try this V8 substitute tomorrow: (might skip the beet for now though)
3 large tomatoes
3 stalks celery
5 carrots (medium sized)
1 small beet
1/4 head fresh cabbage
1-2 bell pepper (red or green, or both)
2 cups spinach
2-3 kale leaves
1/4 sweet onion
1/2 clove garlic (optional)
I’ve got a few evenings coming up where I can watch a movie that my wife might not normally be interested in watching. Tonight was a nice glass of good bourbon, and a classic I remember watching with my dad for the first time a long time ago. I’m pretty sure the first time around a lot of the jokes were over my head. I’ve seen it many times between now and then- but I seem to easily forget entire sections of movies soemtimes, so it was good to catch up again with this great classic.
What other movies should I invest some time in? Other ones I haven’t seen in a while, or something new? I was looking at The Art Of Manliness- Best Movies to Watch – and there are a few I’ve seen and remember, one or two I think I’ve seen, and have no clear recolation of, and tons I have never seen. Check out the list- any that you think I should try first?
Ability to stream on Netflix increases the chances I’ll watch it 😉
When the Calgary Hitmen score their first goal in the game designated as the Teddy Bear toss- the donations begin. On the ice. 40 minutes later, it’s cleaned up- and the game can continue. What a fun tradition and a great way to collect bears for kids in need! (23,000+ teddybears!)