Breakfast for me was one slice toast with one egg, hubby was omlet, toast with peanut butter. Lunch was leftovers for hubby, fried roast beef with a huge plate of green beans for me.. supper was fresh bannock with roasted guinea fowl breast with bacon, cooked, cooled, diced with fresh green onion, white onion and a touch of mayo with black pepper.
So some of you might remember that I had a sheep with a foot that was damaged about a month ago, she was released from her “recovery” pen this weekend and is doing very well indeed.. I might need to put her back into the barn during the wet melt, as I don’t want that nice tough pad she has grown on her foot to soften and risk infection.
Its been so cold that the horse’s are getting three to five -five min training sessions daily this past while, yesterday’s one of the little pop outs was to give them granny head wraps in green in honor of St. Paddy’s..
I love the look on their faces.. I will do this, but there had better be a carrot in this for me 🙂
My last of fresh is starting to show in my body, I can feel myself slowly draining, while I am certainly getting enough calories, and I think if I had been eating my regular winter meals I would not be noticing it so much but because I have been eating so many fruits/veggies daily in regards to fertility, I really feel it on this challenge, I swear if I was allowed, I would eat nothing but salad’s for like three days straight..