I have been traveling again and it all went well without any snafu’s, not counting the on-set of jet-lags. The lag going East is definitely giving me a hard time as I am reaching old age (or is it just having kids as traveling companions???). All I know is that we were up playing soccer at 5 am just to pass the time.
Also got to ride a bunch of trains, which I LOVE! It’s by far my favorite mode of transportation.
This week keeps on harping about the no salt diet. It will probably occupy a few more weeks since it was a central part of my life at the time. Translating dishes I wanted that were too salty to no-salt was a challenge but actually fun and interesting, and most of the time I was really happy with the outcome. Thai food was one thing I craved back then and I tried to crack the coconut soup (Thom Ka?) and the curries. The best result I probably got was a barbecue sauce from a guy in Kentucky. It is simply fun to make more of your foods.
Anyway, hope you’re into this week’s installment and that you’re all doing reasonably well.
The fourth installment is up. Weee!
I am having some technical difficulties that makes the order of the frames look wonky if you read it on a desktop/laptop machine. I am looking into it and I will figure it out soon (= someone who is into tech-trouble shooting – PLEASE HELP ME!!!).
Hope all are having a good, or at least decent, time.
Thanks for all the nice words and for reading. This week’s post deals when my heart failure really went into high gear and I could feel that something was hindering me. I swam just one lap and needed to stop for a breather. I grew up swimming and competing, so that was definitely something that was odd.
After the swim it felt like I had a swollen ball right under my sternum, which I later learned is called the “gastro intestinal area” (any health care people in the house, correct me if I am wrong), and that feeling would be something that would come back again and again.
Thank you so much for reading and have a great week!