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Eating Semiraw (Day 2) and other updates

Monday, May 28, 2012

We had a wonderful time at the Unitarian Church yesterday. While it definitely wasn't traditional it was fun and my girls enjoyed the sports day they had for kids. We arrived late so I stayed outside with the girls. We then left got a quick lunch at Sheetz. (Those chili dogs definitely weren't eating raw...oh well I am human and I am trying my best I'll try and do better today since we have nothing planned today.) We then decided it was way too nice a day to spend inside so we called and changed the plans to go for a picnic. Weis markets was our next stop. Fruits and cucumber salad were our first choices and then we did buy cookies and chips too (cookies as a treat for the kids and the chips were so we could have something with salt in after our hike on such a hot day), We came home and rested for a bit and then went to our new favorite hiking trails and picinic area. We ate and talked and then went for a 1.5 mile hike. It was a harder hike than I have done in a long time and my youngest kept telling me she thought she was going to fall. The pastors wife and I finally managed to encourage her enough to get moving. We finished out hike as the rain started. It was fun at first when it was just a light rain, then the downpour started. We were all soaked but laughing by the time we made it back to our cars. Oh forgot, during our picnic I did eat 1 piece of chicken, grapes, watermelon, strawberries, and cucumber and tomato salad. I also ate my friends homemade salsa with avacado, tomatoes, onions, cilantro, and black beans. Overall lunch was a pretty healthy. We did go for ice cream on our way home though and that probably should have been avoided but it sure tasted good,
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