Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Thank You Awesome Reader

Tom and I went to Montgomery (about an hour from Auburn) or a swim party/cookout with some pretty awesome friends. They have five boys who are roughly the same ages as my four girls. And believe it or not, they all got along swimmingly. (haha) 

Anyway, because they are such awesome friends, they tried to keep everything Primal for us. . . which I would never ask anybody to do because I know how much of a pain it is, so we are extra grateful to them. 

Anyway, my friend Vickie told her friend that we were coming for dinner and Vickie's friend said she's a reader of my blog and offered to make the desserts. 

Okay, reader of my blog, you are my newest best friend! I was dying for chocolate that day... and I had been craving brownies for weeks, so I thank you very much for the Primal-Approved brownies and macaroons!  

That was so unbelievably nice of you, Mrs. reader. I know both things are time consuming and expensive to make. Not only was it a nice gesture, but the desserts were actually very good. And those were the best Primal brownies I've ever had. 

So thanks for doing that for me and my family even though you've never met us. Hopefully we can get to be friends in real life soon! 

And many thanks to the Jason and Vickie for hosting us and being totally awesome friends!


  1. Jason is a pretty great professor of western history, too.

  2. Heather, I read all your stories, and they are interesting. You have courage, and you have kept your family healthy IN SPITE of the medical profession, not with their help (with the exception of Dr. Rob and a few others).

    Below is a link to a site you may like. I read a lot about this last night and have started drinking lots of water! The premis is "You're Not Sick, You're Thirsty". Dr. "B" was a medical doctor but discovered (while a political prisoner in Iran) that most people are dehydrated and most "modern" ailments come from that. Your body is over 70% water and needs plain water for it's functions, but people mostly drink soda, fruit juice, tea, coffee, etc. and all of these liquids have their own agenda - they do not perform the vital functions of plain water. Allergies, among other things, are caused by dehydration. I read excerpts from the books, and the science is fascinating. http://www.watercure.com/yourbodysmanycriesforwaterhardcover.aspx

    Forgive me if it is impolite to post this when I do not know you. I just read your stories and thought this information about water might help you with all the health issues.

    Patty Hankins
    Oklahoma City