There’s nothing like a nip in the breeze and the first scattering of slow floating leaves. My only regret is the dreaded dreary treadmill, since I’m a fair weather walker. There’s nothing but a few centipedes to take pictures of in our basement.
Yesterday, this shot of pink caught my eye in a dull cemented back alley. The lone rose spoke to me telling me it’s story.
I thought this picture would make a fun story starter, or a “caption this, photo.” Please feel free to share your thoughts with me on comments or in an email. I would love to post some captions next week. Let me know if you want your name to appear or not.
As I was appreciating the crunch of leaves beneath my steps, a scurrying in a nearby tree had me searching for the clamor. There was a plop on my shoulder and I realized, thankfully, it was only an acorn that fell (or was tossed) from above and not a gift from that large hawk I had noticed earlier. A couple of frenzied squirrels came to a complete stop and stared at me, there was silence, and then the race and chatter commenced. I stood still and enjoyed their silly show.
Update on Juicing . . .
Week two completed with at least one raw juice drink a day. Today I splurged and had a Green Apple Detox from the juice bar at Total Health Foods in Wyandotte. Mango, strawberries, apple juice with a shot of wheatgrass added in. Making healthy choices(at least one meal a day) can be totally tasty or sometimes NOT! I’ve had a few taste disasters while experimenting with recipes.
Great News! I discovered another market called Better Health, in Taylor on Eureka, that sells organic foods and vegetables. The pricing wasn’t as bad as some and there is an all organic/all natural cafe inside. (I didn’t try anything today)