I imagine that I am going to walk right into that kitchen and chef the heck out of some veggies and just eat them. Shovel those things like it’s my job. Then I walk into the kitchen and my mood is like blah…
Good Brain Cell: We really need to eat more vegetables.
Apathetic Brain cell: There’s powdered carrot in this birthday cupcake. 🙂
Quality Control Brain Cell: These green beans don’t look so good. 😦
Thirsty Brain Cell: There’s vegetables in tea. 🙂
Tired Brain Cell: …Can’t lift bag of kale…
Adventurous Brain Cell: Let’s just go get some motherwort from the back yard.
Blind brain cell: Let’s boil these beets and forget all about them.
Grumpy Brain Cell: We don’t have time for this, just grab something and let’s go!
Now, I need to just clear everything, and start over on a new week.
I’m trying to wrap my mind around how I can turn a bucket of food scraps into this;
Without attracting too many rodents (I know local cats and a certain red shouldered hawk do not mind, but my human neighbors might).
And then I start imagining how I’m going to go outside and start planning out garden beds, and getting soil prepared, allwhile being like Wim Hof:
(As I’m in my house shivering at 65°F looking out my back door)
I slowly get little steps done between a full time job, helping my son with homeschooling, ice skating, cleaning, social media, and uh… etc. How is your vegetable planning going?