Sunday, July 01, 2007

Master Cleanse and New Toys.....

Today I am on day 7 of a "Master Cleanse". Don't ask. My DH is a fabulous gourmet cook - and he does full course meals. Rich sauces, butter, lots of cheese. But alas, I feel like a slug on this type of diet. My brain turns to mush, exercise is difficult and my motivation to get anything done is non existent...and I feel bloated.
The cleanse is for 10 days, although you can do up to 20, and then you need to take 4 more days to come off of it slowly. It is based on a booklet by Stanley Burroughs. I am keeping a diary. I also joined a yahoo support group that gives you great feedback about what is going on in your body as it is ridding itself of toxins, and what to expect - what is normal and what is not. So far so good. Day 5 and Day 6, I got hungry. Otherwise I have not been. My DH still cooks for himself, and I like to smell it cooking - my sense of smell has become very sensitive and I love the aromas. He even puts away the leftovers and cleans the dishes so I won't have any temptations. I am so lucky!
Lately, because I needed to occupy myself (and stay away from the kitchen and refrigerator), I have done a lot of artwork - some backgrounds, some drawings, some experiments. I keep meaning to take pictures - but I haven't!
And my Anniversary presents arrived! I got a Swingman heat press woohoo! and an Omni II glass saw. They are both very easy to use and I have wanted them almost forever!
....but until I clear away the boxes I stacked into my glass area when I had company, I have no space to put them! ...(ay dios mio! manana!

6 comments:

Angie in AZ said...

Oh get out! You got a heatpress? OMG, can you see the lovely shade of green I have turned? ARghhhhh

shirleymcc said...

I am so jealous!!!
I hope you have fun with your new toys and I look forward to seeing what you make with them.
Shirley

joanne huffman said...

Take those photos and post that art!
Joanne

Lorri Scott said...

Good for you! You will feel so much better after!

Lorri

DJ said...

Woooo Whooooo!!! I'm so excited for you!! Wish I could pop over and help you get set up. You are going to have a BLAST! Start saving household garbage to fuse on ... you can use thin cardboard as a base... cereal type boxes...junk mail... almost any thin, non plastic, porous substrate. And of course canvas and other traditional art surfaces work great too.:-)
Have fun!!

kathy mc said...

I'm anxious to hear more about your press. Please show us the first thing you create. I bet you can't wait to get your hands on it.
I just love your diva lucky charm. You alwasy create tiny wonders.
Good luck with your cleansing. Sounds like something I should be doing.