At this point I was hoping to be writing out a very informative review of the book, "The Maker's Diet". It's time for a little bit of confession.
Confession is good for the soul, right?
My nightstand has been hijacked.
I was dutifully reading "The Maker's Diet" & actually learning some things. It's started off as a very interesting, convicting, although somewhat heavy read.
And I made a quick trip to the library.
At the library I made a quick availability search.
You guessed it, that's when the train jumped the tracks.
Because this little book was available to check out.
Check it out, I did.
Read it everyday until I was finished, yes I did!
It was a fun read. And after I read all about the sickness on their honeymoon I didn't feel nearly so bad about having strep throat on my honeymoon!
Ree is nice & comforting like that.
So I can't tell you oodles of facts about how our digestive systems should be working & what exactly we should be eating for optimal health, but I can tell you that the Pioneer Woman experienced a lot of stomach dysfunction in the first year of her marriage.
I wonder if she would like to read "The Maker's Diet"?
Never fear, I do intend to get back on track & read "The Maker's Diet". Pinky swear. And if I don't get it done in a reasonable amount of time I owe you all a McDonald's dinner & a McFlurry! A nice, healthy meal...