I had the best week, home alone with my daughter and our dog. Count 'em – 4 snow days! So, effectively, we had a six-day weekend.
In this post, I'll share with you what I've been up to – what I've been writing and what I've been cooking.
We cooked a lot (recipes coming soon), watched movies, and I wrote and worked on unpacking boxes and decorating the new house.
We didn't actually have snow. Just ice and freezing rain.
Of course, I know they are geo-engineered ice storms. Back in 2021 during the Texas Snowpocalypse, I tried to melt snowballs with a lighter. They did not melt.
Our power even went out at one point. But thankfully, it was back on within a couple of hours.
We took the dog on a lot of walks.
I haven't done the DNA test yet, but I'm pretty sure he's a Labraheeler (Labrador Retriever + Australian Cattle Dog / Red Heeler).
Since he's bred to herd cattle, he needs a lot of exercise. Normally I take him on daily bike rides but it was too cold and icy.
My son spent the week over at his dad's house.
This is him last weekend, taking pictures of the deer just past our backyard gate. We see them almost every day.
Chop Wood, Carry Water
I am continuing my daily schedule of writing and working to rebuild my blog.
It's a long and tedious process, since I have to rebuild all my links and republish all my posts so they will eventually rank in search engines again.
“Before enlightenment, chop wood, carry water. After enlightenment, chop wood, carry water.” – Zen proverb
But I love what I do, so it's enjoyable. Even though it may be a while before I see results for my labor.
The good news is, I had my biohacking breakthrough a week ago, so now I only need 4 or 5 hours of sleep. I go to bed between 9:30 and 11 pm, and wake up between 3 and 5 am.
I don't know about you but I think this is just miraculous! Do you know how much more I can get done in a day with 3-4 extra hours?
I'm working on another post going into more detail on silica and zeolite, and I'm also working on a mega post about How to Detox the Vaccine. So stay tuned for that.
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The Rainbow Is The Arc of the Covenant
In addition to working on my blog, I am still in the process of moving in: unpacking boxes and slowly decorating.
I love bright colors. A rainbow motif is developing, which I love because it reminds me of the seven chakras, or energy centers.
She comes in colours everywhere
She combs her hair
She's like a rainbow
Coming, colours in the air
She comes in colours
-- She's A Rainbow, The Rolling Stones
Read my post in which I talk about that: How To Decalcify Your Pineal Gland.
I've been thinking about the rainbow and the seven chakras for a while now.
I started a chart about this a while back. One day it will be a book. The working title for that book is Seven.
There are seven vices or sins, and seven corresponding virtues that are the antidote to the vice.
I think the colors of the rainbow correspond to the seven energy centers, and you can use the colors to help you get balanced.
For example, when I was trying to create abundance, after my business got destroyed, I used to always carry a red leather purse. I need to find one again because it makes me feel very abundant.
I think when you are self-actualized, your energy (or light) is flowing through all the chakras – like a rainbow.
I even got dishes in rainbow colors. Fiesta Ware.
I was with my ex-husband for 17 years, and we always had the same white dishes. These Fiesta Ware dishes make me happy.
As Marie Kondo would say, they "spark joy."
Read my post about Marie Kondo: Organizing My New Kitchen with The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up.
Anyway, if I told you the name of my street, you'd freak out. It literally means rainbow. Which is the symbol for the Ark of the Covenant.
Noah's Ark, Joan of Arc. Cathedral arches. It's all rainbows.
Elon Musk, my hero, tweeted this on December 5, one day after my dad's birthday, and the day I found my rental home:
If you're curious about why I say Elon Musk is my hero, please read this post I wrote about him back in the spring of 2020: Rocket’s Red Glare, Bombs Bursting In Air: Why We Need Space Force.
Anyway, I'll tell you guys this whole story one day. It's still developing. It will be in my book, Eden Restored.
I'll start working on that book this summer, after I finish writing Metals, Microbes & Magnets, which is all about what really makes us sick, and how to restore health.
I'll be posting the first chapter here on the blog soon. Subscribe for email updates. Paying members ($3/month) will get to read it as I write it.
Who Knew Drinking Was So Healthy?
Speaking of health, I love my little bar area in the dining room.
Huh? Drinking is healthy? It can be.
I plan to use that Everclear in the bottom left to make homemade liqueurs such as pastis, Campari, absinthe, amaro, Averna and kir (crème de cassis).
I only realized recently that these kinds of herbaceous liqueurs are all anti-parasitics. They were literally used as health tonics.
In Europe, they have a small glass of something before dinner, called an aperitif in French (apertivo in Italian) to prepare your digestive system. After dinner, they have a digestif (digestivo).
Now that I understand what a huge issue parasites are, this makes a lot of sense to me. Read my post: Are Parasites in the Vaccines Causing Heart Disease?
I love the idea of making these drinks at home. They are very easy to make and cost a lot less.
I will be posting the recipes here on my blog in the coming months. Be sure to sign up for my email updates so you get notified when I post.
In other alcohol news, I'm going back to bottled wine after several months of Joe-Biden-economy box wine.
Not because the economy's better but because I found out box wine is loaded with aluminum due to the Tetra pack inside.
Ah, well. The box wine was easier on the budget, but only just so so in terms of taste. And life is too short for mediocre wine.
Cooking Up An Ice Storm
Here are some of the things we cooked this past week. Most of these recipes will be going up on the blog so stay tuned.
Thai red curry with chicken, carrots and potatoes. We ate this with Biriyani rice cooked in chicken stock.
Italian chopped salad with Romaine lettuce, salami, yellow bell peppers, mozzarella, Gorgonzola, red onion, Kalamata olives, pepperoncini peppers and garbanzo beans. Dressed with balsamic vinegar. This is a staple in our house.
Red beans and rice with Polish sausage.
I made this batch with kidney beans because I didn't have time to soak red beans. Came out delicious. Served with a little Louisiana hot sauce.
Texas chili. No beans, which is traditional. Some Texans say they add beans but I do not. I am a purist.
Texas cornbread made with heavy cream, cheddar cheese, and frozen or fresh corn.
We also made a lot of desserts.
Box brownies made with coconut oil and added chocolate chips.
Key lime pie with meringue.
Little Bear, enjoying his post-dinner cigar in the drawing room.
Don't you love how he blends in with the cow hide? Almost like God planned that.
Okay, enough for now. Going to go try to finish my posts about silica and detoxing vaxxines now. I'll post soon!