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I have a lot more practice to do; however, I am full and pleased to have something other than quinoa and edamame. The usual guests of yogurt and bananas didn't make the smoothie party because of allergies and migraine triggers.
  1. "Raw Meal" (half scoop)
    It's not whey and it's not a soy-based protein powder. Instead, it's the powder form of more superfoods than I can list. I think I love it.
  2. Apple juice (1 cup)
  3. Fresh Kale (handful)
  4. Frozen Berry Medley (poured in to the fill line)
    Medley of raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries. Has the same flavor no matter how they are prepared: a rich tart berrish flavor.
I hope to get at least one of these started / completed this month.
  1. 1.
    Make smoothies / juices at home
    This includes trying all of the associated seeds and powders.
  2. 2.
    Spend time on a creative hobby.
  3. 3.
    Attend a Meetup.
2 more...
  1. Shameless (US)
    I forget the Gallaghers are not a real family. I worry for them. I cheer for them. I want to send them money or a bag of groceries. I want to be a Gallagher. The actors and actresses are big on talent and I find new things to notice.
  2. Girls (HBO)
    I forget the characters on Girls are not real. I worry about them. I cheer for them. I'm proud of Hannah Horvath. I'm proud of Sosh. I'm getting proud of Jessa and Todd, too. In early seasons, I mostly yelled at the characters spouting advice to keep them from making repeated mistakes. I love this show because of Lena Dunham. I forget that my friendship with Lena isn't real....yet!
  3. Ed
    This underrated NBC show starring Tom Cavanaugh was sweet and the location, a bowling alley with a law office. I did not think these characters were real but I loved the show anyway. It was witty and romantic with characters who weren't all beautiful. That was somewhat groundbreaking in 1999. This show was on before I had DVR service and I've never seen the show available on any streaming service. I think I'd like to see it again. Michael Ian Black.