I just read in Women's Health, via Elastic Waist, about produce delivery services. There is one company located in New York that delivers to Rhode Island and I'm considering it. We can get bi-weekly organic produce deliveries for either $50 or $60, depending on what size box of produce we choose. Plus it comes with recipes on how to cook the stuff you get. After poking around a little online I found one horrible review and one glowing review of the company, so it's kind of hard to gauge from that if the company is good or bad.
I'm kind of curious as to how exactly it works during the winter. Do we just get potato after potato with some beets and turnips thrown in, or do they import other fresh fruits and vegetables? I may call the 800 number to find out.
The scale is still creeping down. This morning: 179.6. Back in the 170's! That means I'm down 1.4 pounds since Sunday, and a total of 6 pounds since the Sunday before. This high protein, lower carb + exercise thing is working well. And I even had a couple of handfuls of kettle corn last night. It's probably a bad thing that I found out I can actually make kettle corn in my Whirley Pop. I love my Whirley Pop AND kettle corn.
84 laps this morning, which I realize is an odd number. I swam 80 laps, planning for them to take 45 minutes, but when I finished number 80, I still had a couple of minutes left. So I swam another 4.