Thanks for the encouragement yesterday ;) Glad to know someone's reading, if not my mom :)
Here's a happy cute Elie story to share. Our neighbor, an 8yo girl, came over today to see the bunny (she really likes the bunny and Yoav is thrilled that she's been coming over more and doesn't care why). She was trying to get the bunny to eat a piece of the bunny food out of her hand. Then Elie wanted to try and held the bunny food out for the bunny. Later, Elie saw a spider and was holding an almond and put the almond near the spider's mouth to try to feed the spider ;) I love the idea of living in a world where you think it's possible that a spider would eat an almond. I want to go back to that place....
I'm also working on my food and Enki plans and hope to have something figured out soon. Both my food and Enki rhythms fell apart with Pesach (our recent holiday). I ate worse than usual during Pesach since I don't have a food processor or mixer or soup pot to use during Pesach and since you can't eat grains. It was all a bit too much for me, trying to eat Traditional Food during Pesach. In my past life, I got through Pesach with a lot of peanut butter and jelly on matzoh - but now I don't eat peanut butter or jelly :(
Anyway, I definitely got out of my rhythm and I think not eating as well as usual has affected my mood - I've been more sluggish and blah for the past week. I think if I can get back to eating well, then everything will fall into place. I believe strongly in the relationship between healthy eating and mood - seems so obvious and almost silly to write it, but I didn't know it ten years ago when it would have really helped me. Certainly would have saved me a lot of money on therapy ;)