Has anyone heard of the new book by Jasmin Singer? She's the executive director of Our Hen House. I was listening to a podcast last week and she was the guest, and she was talking about her new book called Always Too Much and Never Enough. She is really an amazing person, and this book sounds like a must read for anyone, vegan or not. She was so eloquent and well spoken on this podcast, and I really want to read this book. Here is some more info if you're interested. I saw that it is on Amazon for a decent price, so this might be my next purchase. I feel like this is a good book to own, it's one that I would most likely read over and over.
Speaking of Amazon, I found a used camera there and ordered it! I researched the F out of the best cameras under one hundred dollars, and then read reviews of those, I thought I was going to go blind! Anyway, I narrowed the list down to one that seemed the best match for me, and sure enough I found it used on Amazon for a fraction of the retail cost! Woot woot! I can't remember what it is, I think it is a Cannon something or other. One reviewer noted that they had gotten it for their seven year old, who "really enjoyed it". My assumption is that if a seven year old can figure it out, I should be able to grasp it. Although I don't know, I can be a slow learner when it comes to math and technology. But at any rate I am beyond stoked to have better quality pictures.
Today is day seven of potato island, and I feel great. Last time I tried this, day seven was what broke me. I don't think that will happen today. I feel physically and mentally very strong. I'm not sick of potatoes yet either, and I don't feel restricted yet.
For breakfast this morning, I had some potato lettuce wraps. So good, and I enjoy the crunch of the lettuce.