These days, I'm trying to take it just one day at a time. Kind of "let go and let God," you know what I mean?
Anyway, I thought I'd let you know about my favorite weapon in the war against the virus. No, I am not talking about Noni or Xengo. Here it is:
Now, doesn't that look tasty?
(We gratefully acknowledge Johnna-the-great for providing the beautiful rose.)
I have to thank my mother-in-law for introducing me to this drink that looks like battery acid. It is called "green juice" at my house, and "parsley-pineapple juice" at hers. Here's how you make it: wash and trim one bunch of fresh parsley. Throw it in the blender with some pineapple juice and whizz away until it is as pulverized as possible. Then strain it according to your daring (cheescloth, strainer, or not at all--if you don't mind eating your juice). Then drink. Voila! You might be scared of the look and sound of it, but believe me: it is one of the most refreshing things you'll ever taste. (And very good for you.)
So here's my question: what are your comfort foods when YOU are sick?
p.s. I'd like to come over and visit with you about a fantastic plan for independent wealth that involves sharing this recipe and others like it with people whose health you care about. If you don't want me to come, just give me the names of ten people I can call instead! Thanks!
p.p.s. You really did know I was kidding, right?