After riding my bike to work and back home, I needed to go to the grocery store. I didn’t feel like riding, so I intended to drive. Once I was standing next to my truck, keys in hand, I realized it was silly to drive. The local Kroger is less than a mile away. I didn’t need much, so I walked.
The sidewalks had been ice-covered a few days ago, but they seem to be clear now. I bought what I needed and headed home just as it began snowing. By the time I arrived home it was sleeting.
While researching paleo-diet stuff (which I’m not doing right now), I came across raw-meat diet for pets. Dogs and cats are carnivores, so I did a little reading and decided to give it a shot.
My finicky cat is not taking to it at all so far. The dogs however, love it. They’ve eaten pork ribs, eggs, and chicken legs. I need to buy some organ meat to round out the diet.
I was buying some fairly expensive dog food before, so I may actually save money doing this. You don’t have to buy expensive meat. The cheap stuff is fine. Watching a dog eat an egg can be funny. Both of my dogs eventually eat the whole thing, shell and all.
The downside to this plan is that I’ll have to mop the kitchen floor much more often.
Getting Up Early
I hate mornings. Even if I go to bed early, I still really dislike getting up.
I need to start getting up earlier so I can train for the triathlon. I’ve got a couple of weeks before I really start training, but I need to get up tomorrow and get down to the Y before work and work on my swimming.
2 thoughts on “Walking, Raw-Food, and Getting Up Early”
I respect those who train for a tri. I can’t imagine my pathetic self trying to swim anywhere in public. A good breakfast helps me up in the mornings. Best wishes…
I’ll be pretty pathetic in th swim. I’m past the point of shame, otherwise I wouldn’t have started this blog. 🙂
Oh, and I didn’t get up on time this morning to go to the Y. I barely made it to work on time.
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