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Rhubarb Crisp

Sunday, June 03, 2012

What delicious stuff this is! Especially warmed with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!

I used to have a rhubarb patch in my garden, but it seems to have disappeared over the years. I used to see bags of frozen chopped rhubarb with the other frozen fruits . . . but not any more. And fresh rhubarb (which used to be something neighbours would press upon you, begging you to take it away . . . somewhat like zucchini in August) is now a ridiculous price in the supermarket.

No matter.

Rhubarb is one of the first local spring crops . . . we've got local asparagus now, and fiddle heads, and early strawberries too: so much better than the imports from California or Florida. But there is something about rhubarb: the puckery tanginess of it, the old-fashionedness of it.

I made my rhubarb crisp with a little sugar, and a topping of whole wheat flour/butter/brown sugar/oats. And a bit of cinnamon.

If I see it at the store again, I may make just a batch of rhubarb compote, simmered with a little ginger . . . .


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CRYSTALJEM 6/8/2012 4:14PM

    I have a huge patch, wish I could just run some over for you. I love rhubarb crisp too. Must make some again. Or maybe a lunar rhubarb cake. Mouth is watering. I have never put ginger in my compote, but will definitely try in the next batch. I Dded too many strawberries to my last one and it got too sweet. Oh well, must be looking up if I'm saying it's too sweet. Enjoy your break.

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LUCINDARW 6/8/2012 11:17AM

    I haven't had any rhubarb for a long time. Can't find it anywhere in the stores if you do it is at a high price. I love rhubarb anything and was given a recipe for rhubarb rolls absolutely fantastic! they are a sticky bun that you can't get enough of. Well now I want some have to do some scouting around. Thanks for the reminder. Lucinda

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DONNACFIT 6/8/2012 9:55AM

    If only I lived closer you could come raid my patch for free...I have so much rhubarb one friend even calls me her rhubarb lady.....which reminds me..we need some rhubarb crisp before our trip..and I should freeze some before we go..now where's my list...we're off on Sunday till Thursday...Vegas here we come...

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SHAMROCKY2K 6/7/2012 1:34PM

    My mom always made rhubarb cobbler. Never thought of making it as a crisp. Yum. THE best pie ever (if made well) is strawberry rhubarb.

jealous in Maryland.. lol

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    I've never used Rhubarb before and it always sounds intriguing to me

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NOLAZYBUTT110 6/7/2012 12:44AM

    wish you lived closer, I have tons of rhubarb in my garden. I also wish I knew how to use it, for I love rhubarb, gooseberry strawberry together as jelly! we just chew the stalks because we dont know how to fix it. How do you prepare the rhubarb before you use it in a recipe? I want to make rhubarb crisp, because I have had that in the past but I dont know how to make it. do you cook the rhubarb first or what? wish I knew. I want to fix some but I cant even find a recipe where it tells \you how to prepare it. Do you juice it or cut it into pieces or boil it. I cant recall all my mother did but take the skins off is all! She ahd us kids help with that! But cant recall anything else you do! susana

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FIFIFRIZZLE 6/6/2012 4:34AM

    Ohhh rhubarb, one of my favorites! Rhubarb and custard is just divine. I mix in stevia after I have cooked the rhubarb,because there is no way I could eat it without a little sweetner. Hmmm MMMM! emoticon

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KALIGIRL 6/5/2012 8:43AM

    Sounds divine!

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SLENDERELLA61 6/5/2012 7:01AM

    Oh, you bring back memories. My mom grew rhubarb and we had a family friend who grew even more rhubarb. As a kid it was a sugary treat. When I first started Weight Watchers, around 1968, rhubarb was unlimited. I boiled it up with saccharine pills and ate a ton of it. Haven't had it in a long time. Will look for it at the farmer's market now that you mention it. Glad you enjoyed. -Marsha

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SUNNY1432 6/4/2012 9:11PM

    I LOVE Rhubarb and especially Rhubarb Crisp. ENJOY!! emoticon

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ID_VANDAL 6/4/2012 7:34PM

    I could never quite get to like rhubarb but nevertheless I enjoyed the blog. I also have to say I read the one from a couple of days ago about will power flagging at the end of the day!

That was a great one. I saved that article and will re-read it from time to time.



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NANCY- 6/4/2012 12:33PM

    Ah memories....my grandmother used to have a patch. I wasn't fond of rhubarb, but my tastes have changed perhaps I'll give it a try if the opportunity arises.

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ONEKIDSMOM 6/4/2012 6:52AM

    Ooh, memories! When I was first married we had rhubarb aplenty in our back yard. I used to make this wonderful recipe of rhubarb-custard pie... tasted like cherry pie, as you said, tart/sweet with the custard for contrast... yum!

No more... the rhubarb is gone and I wouldn't dream of inflicting the amount of sugar in that recipe on my body these days! Sometimes the memory is enough. emoticon

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_LINDA 6/4/2012 1:12AM

    Wow! Sounds positively yummy (and a lot like my Mom makes it!) We were fortunate that our neighbour, who likes gifting us with fresh produce gave us some rhubarb for the first time ever. We have to wonder what more delights we will be getting :)

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NEW_PARADIGM 6/3/2012 10:42PM

    Yum! As a kid I used to sit in the garden, a small bowl with sugar, and break off the stems, dip the ends and eat. Fun memories & something to look for at our newly opening farmers' markets...

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LISALGB 6/3/2012 9:15PM

    My Daddy always grew rhubarb and Momma would freeze it to have some in the winter. She would cook it with a little sugar and serve it over hot buttered biscuits. They love it but my brother and I could never find a way to like it.
I love a good apple or blueberry crisp though.
However, since you like it, I hope you enjoy it and will be able to find it at a good price.

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PHEBESS 6/3/2012 8:59PM

    I never learned to like rhubarb.......

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MEADSBAY 6/3/2012 8:50PM

    You're so right- rhubarb is disappearing from our neighborhood gardens!
Love rhubarb (or almost anything) crisp, warm with a tiny scoop of ic.

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PJBONARRIGO 6/3/2012 8:45PM

    Sounds great- you should post your recipe :-)

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KATIEGARCIA 6/3/2012 8:45PM

    I LOVE rhubarb!! Yummy yummy!!

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Giving Blood: Was it Good for You??

Friday, June 01, 2012


Maybe so.

New research indicated that blood donors benefit. Particularly if they are obese or have diabetes or metabolic syndrome.

Giving blood reduces blood pressure, glucose and fats in the blood . . . and the effects are persistent.

I used to give blood regularly . . . DH also, a trip to the blood donor clinic regularly constituting a lunch time date . . . but haven't for a while. I was often turned down because of borderline anemia. And then blood donors are rejected for awhile after surgery/radiation therapy.

But the old medieval concept of "blood letting" seems to have some scientific validity!

And yes, of course -- great for those who need a blood donation (I've been there several times).

Win win for sure. I'm thinking it's time to give blood again!

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JOYFUL711 6/7/2012 5:02PM

    I cannot give blood...wish I could that would be a win-win if I could get rid of some of the fat in my blood, that would be great.

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SLENDERELLA61 6/5/2012 7:04AM

    Very interesting. I used to give fairly often, but then I fainted twice, so I quit. Maybe after my marathon in November I'll think about trying again. It is a very good thing to do. My stepmom gave gallons in her lifetime. It was something she felt really good about. -Marsha

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MRE1956 6/3/2012 11:48AM

    I gotta donate soon - haven't done so in a while and, sadly, the next opportunity at a location I prefer is not feasible due to prior commitments that I can't bail out from......oh, well.....

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NOLAZYBUTT110 6/3/2012 10:58AM

    Interesting, but I think before you one gives blood you should ask your Dr. I for one am not sure if I can give blood, but I know I had thin blood is, and I generally take cayenne pepper and tumeric plus drink grapefruit juice just to keep mine thin. I am not a red or pink meat eater but do have a tendancy to have a high evel of certain antibodies in my blood and its THICK. I was rejected when I was young for giving blood, because I had low blood preesure and I was anemic then. I wonder if I am still. But I have been told I have THICK blood. What does that mean? My daughter has this blood issue where her count is very high (higher than normal, but it happened after she was on aspirin regimen for 6 months and went off and had a stroke. ) Now she takes blood thinners. But she wonders if she "caught" this blood issue from one of us. I am borderline diabetic but was hyperglycemic in my youth. I have never been able to give blood. So many issues for one thing. I would be afraid to give blood. (I hate rejection, but wish I could lose weight that easily by just giving blood! ) Have to look into that. Asking my Dr. Thanks for the article! susana

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_LINDA 6/2/2012 4:54PM

    One of my Spark friends had problems with high iron in her blood and had to be drained once in a while so to speak. She died under mysterious circumstances -they couldn't figure out why she was ailing, there seemed to be no reason for it :(
In spite of all my surgeries, I never once needed a transfusion, not even during the complicated 5 hour one.. I did have anemia once, a side effect attributed to the combination of my disease and stress. So now I try to be careful about not having too much stress in my life.
I never thought I would be a good candidate for a blood donor, if for no other reason then all the drugs floating around in my system, and also because I tend to have low blood pressure, though being a universal donor, O which would be welcomed.
As their campaign says, "its in you to give."

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PHEBESS 6/2/2012 2:28PM

    I have to laugh - my parents always did, so as a young adult I tried donating blood - while sitting there, apparently I turned white and people rushed over to slow the blood, give me cold compresses, elevate my feet - and all the while, I felt just FINE! Apparently I have low enough blood pressure that giving blood makes it super low. (They asked me not to return.)

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TBANMAN 6/2/2012 1:56PM

    What a coincidence - CBS just called me yesterday. Apparently my type - A neg - is needed right now. I was also a long-time donor but was also rejected at least half the time after my daughter was born for low iron. But I booked some appointments - I'm glad to hear it's good for me.

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KALIGIRL 6/2/2012 8:05AM

    Used to give before treatments and hope to give again after - took an iron supplement before - so will be interested what the count is in two weeks...
Giving is not only good for the body, but the soul....

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LISALGB 6/1/2012 7:55PM

    I used to give blood when I lived in Virginia - but haven't since moving to Tennessee 16 years ago. I don't have a good reason for not giving. You have convinced me that I should do so again.
Thanks for the great information!!

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MEADSBAY 6/1/2012 3:50PM

    I've been giving for 35 years and never realized all these side benefits.
The last five yrs or so they talked me into being a plasma donor-which takes a lot longer. I bet it doesn't provide nearly as many benefits as the blood is returned after harvesting the platelets. I don't even get the guilt free cookies and juice any more!
tnx for sharing the importance of blood donations, my friend.

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TRAVELGRRL 6/1/2012 2:30PM

    Wow, it's great to find out that in doing something good for others there are side bennies for you too!

I'm a universal donor so am on the Red Cross's frequent call list. If I drink a lot of water the day before and day I donate, it's fast and easy!


Thanks for the great info!

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ONEWEIGH 6/1/2012 12:14PM

    I was surprised the last time I donated blood (1st time in 30 years)that I was really wiped out for a few days afterwards. I clearly don't have as much to spare as I did when I weighed 20 lbs more!

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NANCY- 6/1/2012 9:44AM

    Wow you have found a quick fix for dropping in systolic blood pressure; heart rate and reducing blood glucose levels; and improving cholesterol levels.

I like that it was stated he prefer that people would adopt a vegetarian lifestyle.

Happy Herbivores give blood. I should check out to see if I can give blood again.
Thanks for sharing this.

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SWAZY33 6/1/2012 9:29AM

    I can barely fill up a tube for a blood test...my veins are so small they just collapse so no blood donations for me :(
but....Thanks for the interesting info :)

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From Oatmeal to Beer? Exhausted Willpower!

Wednesday, May 30, 2012


This article from today's Globe and Mail draws on recent research to help explain why so many of us start out with good intentions every morning . . . and pig out most every night!

Will power is a muscle that gets exhausted by the end of the day.

Worse than that, "being good" early on in the day results in "moral licensing" to be . . . not so good by supper time and afterwards.

So what can we do? Plan our eating in advance when our willpower is strongest: in the morning for the rest of the day, on Sunday night for the rest of the week.

And deliberately create new habits (carrots instead of chips) to replace old habits . . . because temptation is less tested when operating from basal ganglia habit rather than from prefrontal cortex will power.

I found this really helpful . . . hope you do too.

And gotta say, for me it's more likely to be wine than beer!!

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4A-HEALTHY-BMI 6/12/2012 4:06PM

    Excellent article.

And I think one of the things that almost no one mentions is that eating sparsely early in the day (which many equate with being 'good') can actually sabotage the plan later, because it sets you up to be very hungry when your judgement and resources are lower.

I find that if I front-load my day with lean protein in the morning and at lunch I am more successful grappling with the inner Cookie Monster later in the day. Not having quick snacks available also helps me avoid eating them.

It's about strategy, not willpower, as one of the guests in the Fitcast I listen to said recently.

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SLENDERELLA61 6/5/2012 7:11AM

    I will definitely read this article, because if I mess up it is almost always after supper. I had read that the hunger/fullness hormones (ghrelin/leptin) function best in the morning and least in the evening. I haven't been doing much pre-planning and that is something I'm going to get back to; have a plan and stick to it.

Somehow I missed several of your blogs. You have so much wisdom. I also commit to miss no more!! -Marsha

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NANCY- 5/31/2012 9:25AM

    “Decision fatigue” is a new one on me. Planning ahead does help. That app would be great here on SP wouldn't it?
Hmmm,,,, I wonder what other questionable choices I have made!

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KALIGIRL 5/31/2012 7:59AM

    Here's to new habits!

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    Huh. Definitely hit a chord with me. Yup, that's my MO. Off to read the article! THANK YOU!

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TRYINGHARD1948 5/31/2012 6:42AM

    I'm definitely with you there. emoticon

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_LINDA 5/31/2012 1:48AM

    Thanks for providing this link -very interesting (but not a big surprise) I am very familiar with this phenomenon as that was the pattern I was stuck in. I ate very healthy during the day, then snacked my face off during the evening watching TV.
The biggest help is, of course, not having less than healthy choices around the house to tempt you in those evening hours..

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ROOSTER72 5/31/2012 1:22AM

    This has given me something to think about.

I tend to leave myself 100 to 200 spare for an after dinner snack - but seem to end up exceeding this. Probably because I did not think about what the snack would be - and track it in advance.

It seems so simple, but sometimes you need the obvious pointed out to you!


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CRYSTALJEM 5/30/2012 11:04PM

    I saw the headline this morning but never got to the article. I'm glad you posted this to remind me to go back. Very interesting. emoticon

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M77355 5/30/2012 10:53PM

    Thank you for posting this!

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Portion Sizes/People Sizes

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Read a recent short article summarizing info from the US Centre (spelled differently!) for Disease Control comparing fast food portion sizes in the 1950s to today's portion sizes.

Average "soda" (what we call a soft drink, or a pop) then 7 ounces, now 42 ounces. (Forty-two!!)

Average hamburger then 3.9 ounces, now 12 ounces.

Average French fries then 2.4 ounces now 6.7 ounces.

No comment on average people sizes then and now: but I know my vintage size 14s are about the same waist size as my current size 8s and 6s. And I'm pretty sure that airplane seating has become smaller as portions and people have become larger!

Do you suppose there's a connection??

Remember those big boat cars with fins? It's a bit ironic that average car sizes have shrunk so dramatically over the past 50 years. People not so much!

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NOLAZYBUTT110 5/29/2012 3:54PM

    I think its all due to advertisement because I know when Tv first came out (telling my age) there was no commercials for food to make you hungry while you watching the boob tube! Blame the advertisers, and TV was free to watch, you did not have to pay for the service, now we do, and were still bombarded with advertisement on the TV! I resent having to pay twice, or should I say three times! They make you hungry for all that junk food.

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KALIGIRL 5/29/2012 3:06PM

    Definitely a connection! emoticon

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ID_VANDAL 5/29/2012 2:38PM

    Great information. As these portion sizes increase we just continue to eat them. I think some of that gets back to our upbringing (us older folks anyway). Things like "there are people starving in the world so you better clean that plate!!!"

In my psychic anyway it is hard for me to throw food away even if I am full. That's where the Beck's program has helped me - I just need to work it a little harder!!

I liked your last couple of blogs as well - where do you find this stuff?

Thanks for sharing it.



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_LINDA 5/29/2012 2:16PM

    Like Veronica, my Mom also eats like a bird, according to today's plentiful portions. She never had a weight problem, unlike her kids, brought up on McDonald's with extra large sizes..
If we all ate normal portion sizes in all the prosperous countries, and gave all that extra food left over to starving countries, I bet no one would go hungry. Its mind boggling how gluttonous modern society has become..

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NANCY- 5/29/2012 1:38PM

    "It's a bit ironic that average car sizes have shrunk so dramatically over the past 50 years. People not so much! "

So True!!! And to think it is all profit driven.

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CRYSTALJEM 5/29/2012 1:00PM

    Doesn't that just explain a lot right there! Thanks for posting - I'm always partial to comparative numbers.

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VERONICAVW_140 5/29/2012 10:40AM

    This is so true. My mom will be 68 this year. She is soooo good at portion control. I think it is bc growing up people didn't have the crazy portion sizes that we do now. Now we think that eating half the meal we order is really cutting back when in reality since the portions are so large, even eating only half of our meals can still account for lots of calories.

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LISALGB 5/29/2012 8:30AM

    I have thought of this quite often. The idea that bigger is better in everything except our clothing sizes has gotten terribly out of control. My Mom and aunts were teenagers in the 1950's. They were thin and shapely and according the them about a size 8-10, not a 2-4. Yet, they appear to be the same size as what is considered a 2-4 in todays sizing.
I suppose knowing this, we shouldn't pay attention to the size label inside our clothes, but concentrate on being healthy. Afterall, the number on the label does NOT define who we are.

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PHEBESS 5/29/2012 8:12AM

    And we wonder why people gain weight without knowing it..........

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ONEKIDSMOM 5/29/2012 7:43AM

    Every time I read something like this, I remember how hopeless I felt when I was that "large" human. Why portion sizes or historic comparisons do that for me, I don't know. But it helps me appreciate being "normal" sized.

Yes, size inflation is a real deal. The size 16 that was my mom's wedding dress would have been an 8-10 in the 1995 world. Today, I'm pretty sure it would be a 6. The dress hasn't change... the measurement has.

The real important thing for me is to know what my body needs, give it just that, not a whole lot more... and then enjoy being able to function oh so much more easily. It takes a long time to get from both the body size and the mindset of 225 to that of 125... but it is so worth the journey, even though it may be fighting an uphill battle against societal trends!

Spark on! emoticon

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Vitamin N

Monday, May 28, 2012


Being outside in nature: yes, it's a measurably good thing!

I love walks in the woods, what the Japanese call 'forest bathing".

Swinging a golf club is as far as I'm concerned somewhat optional. Although excursions with a golf club work better if I stay out of the woods and stick to the fairway as much as possible.

Gardening as an Xtreme sport? I engaged in some of that yesterday. About three steady hours, hacking away. And I have the scratches and aching muscles to prove it!

Numerous overhanging branches sawn down (some too high up for me with assistance of DH) and hauled to the compost heap. I was staggering like an ant carrying a burden many times its size.

And I finally cleared out some flower beds and pruned out some old rose canes . . . clipped back spent tulip and hyacinth foliage, removed leaves . . . . weeded a bit too. Enjoying my iris now in bloom as I did that. Nothing else smells exactly like iris, and the shape of the petals is so elegant.

Also planted a few of the geraniums and other annuals I'd picked up at the nursery near the back door. But there's more to be done there, including my flower boxes for the verandah and high back deck. After work I'll try to pick up a new sprinkler head for my hose since the old one is cracked and showering mostly me.

If that article is right, all that exposure to nature means that my cognitive focus ought to be vastly improved today!! We'll see . . . I'm thinking that the distraction of the muscle soreness (hey, I thought I was in shape!!) may reduce any mental sharpness induced by that massive dose of Vitamin N!

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TRYINGHARD1948 5/29/2012 6:08AM

    Vitamin N and vitamin D, definitely the way to go.

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M77355 5/28/2012 10:57PM

    Sounds heavenly to me! I love the idea of 'forest bathing' and will pass that on ... that's just what I love about some hikes.
Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful writing style and life with us - which lets us relive happy memories :-)

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NOLAZYBUTT110 5/28/2012 6:22PM

    done that and more...lost a pound doing it too! ( Ya jealous?) But I do know about those sore muscles... I worked yesterday for 2 hours and in the heat and got a sunburn on top of a sunburn yesterday; and today (I was samrter) I took advantage of the cool morning and worked from 8 am until 1:30pm when I started to feel a little sick from the heat (and Hubby brought me water) ! I only ate two meals today. Hoping I lost another pound by going without and exercising in my garden. It will be a real joy if I lose another pound today! lol we shall see. But I do love a good workout in my garden! It gives me twice the rewards! Dont you just love the flowers? susana

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_LINDA 5/28/2012 3:29PM

    LOVE that term -forest bathing -I would be doing it every day if I could! Sounds like someone should have been following Spark's pre-gardening conditioning exercises ;) For sure, we don't do sawing, cutting and digging in the gym! A long hot bath, followed by a soothing massage might help with those muscles..
Your garden sounds awesome! In bloom here now -bleeding hearts, tulips and some of the ground cover. Very few people are putting annuals out -too risky the way our weather has been so cold and wet. Some won't even plant until June. We have had snow at the end of May, although this year its supposed to be nice -keeping fingers crossed so my sister can come in from the farm for my 50th on Thursday!
Hope you can make it through work!!

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PHEBESS 5/28/2012 9:55AM

    Forest bathing - I love the concept! Very Thoreau!

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CRYSTALJEM 5/28/2012 9:12AM

    Forrest bathing - now that's a new term for me and I love it! I intend to add that to my vocabulary since forrest bathing is definitely one of my most favourite activities. Sounds like you got so much done - and included in the process was exercises, nature, fresh air and a "shower" to boot - now what more could you ask for. Have a great day. Here's to vitamin N!

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NANCY- 5/28/2012 8:58AM

    You are in shape, used just put little used muscles through their paces.
Hmmm... fractal patterns for my walls... now there's a thought. For me that article rings true. I find nature walks restorative.
All that gardening you did will help restore you.

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MEADSBAY 5/28/2012 8:41AM

    Interesting article.
My DH, a long time former smoker, adores walking in the woods.
I prefer sitting at the beach, myself, communing with nature (but not when it's crowded).
Great blog- nice way to start my day.

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ONEKIDSMOM 5/28/2012 7:50AM

    There is something about outdoor exercise. One of the reasons I love the bike paths when they go through green space or out into the countryside. I'll be in cornfields and woods today, but somehow I don't think it will have quite the punch of a quiet walk! emoticon

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KALIGIRL 5/28/2012 7:48AM

    Agreed - nothing better for th body, mind or soul!

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