Monday, January 23, 2012


Me on Alton road

The wedding cake I made for a real wedding, a raw vegan wedding cake, 7 cases of thai coconuts and a crust of golden flax seeds with agave

Juice fasting during Hurricane Wilma

The pool I used to go to, natural spring water, down my street where I used to live.

This hotel the Biltmore

Raw Vegan CARROT Cake I made for this girl 

My town Yelm

Old photos

Mom's bedroom

Me as a baby

Me in Key West sunbathing by boat

Raw vegan restaurant in Seattle called Thrive made this seaweed dish.


Raw Vegan Blackberry Pie and bananas

Raw Vegan Apple Pie I made

This was on a living food magazine cover, I made the recipe. Red pepper sauce on cucumber

Me all dolled up at raw vegan party

Baby alligator  I found on the floor. I put back.

Chihuly in Miami

Tomato Dulse avo. Lemon


Energy soup I liked it when placing loads of papaya in it.

My wood stove in Yelm

Me early in the morning

Alien in the natural history museum winter while ice skating I saw

Me in some botanical gardens 


Jakfruit sharing

Shooting in the everglades


Me I think in Washington

Mamey. I ate many of them in smoothies

When I worked in Homestead FL at the organic farm.
Everyday was awesome. It was a truly raw vegan life there.

Raw food meal at the tree of life, my friend Shayla made this one.

Me in the Ritz hotel

Me in Iceland horseback riding. Icelandic horse. I went so fast. 
Coral Gables fruit market fruit table

Fruitarian meditation

I meditated on the word FRUITARIAN for as long as I could Felt like forever. In the dark, sitting on a blanket. My eyes closed. When I saw the word, I got all sorts of wonderful feelings. I was uplifted. I felt energy flow up my spine and out my head. When not stopped by thoughts. What a great thing to be, very high. Very high frequency a fruitarian is. That is why its kind of hard to be one at first. Everything must change. One must be very clean. So clean you are able to travel in your mind to high places, where you are free. Its a beautiful word. Its very angelic almost.

Anyways, what I am sure is easier, if you write the word, whatever you want to focus on, on a piece of paper. Doesnt have to be fruitarian. Could be whatever you want to be. And stare at the piece of paper, go over each line in your head. Trace it in your mind. You can do this up to an hour. Just focus on the word, and nothing else. Your mind becomes that word and you lose your thoughts. You become that thing. Its so freeing.

I am just saying it really might help you, if you want to be 811 or raw or whatever. Because words are so packed with meaning. And you feel eevry meaning when you focus on the word. Almost you work thru every thought on it. You might even work thru your blockages.

We are spirit, we have imagination and we can be anything we want to be. Literally, when we do this. Words have so much power.

I hope this helps someone. You can play music too, and when music finishes you stop.
I went thru all my memories of what I have on that word. I saw the old fruitarian message board logo with apple bite. I saw Anne. I mostly felt alot of high emotions. I had no idea how much respect I have for those who are truly fruitarian, or 811. Who do it right and are successful. You guys really are on to something. I swear this is the future


I went to Landmark. This was our lunch break. I ran into the guy on the far right in the Bahamas a year later how is that for coincidence?

Me pregnant with my beau. He made that continous feed waterfall. Behind a castle with a 5 room underground bunker underneath. Made that too.

My dog getting chiropractic adjustment by the raw food chef at Ann Wigmore institute. Also a chiropractor.

Indians, fake indians in Puerto Rico, at a re enactment.

Me pregnant with my little doll.

My at a business lunch at my law firm in Brickell where I worked. I ordered a raw food plate at Mortons and the chef made me a plate of raw brocolli.


Me in Miami, in South Beach actually. The first high rise when you get on the island.

Me in Coconut Grove. 

Me high on cacao drinks.

Me on Skype

Raw vegan Pina colada pie by Rose lee Calabro. One of my first raw food books.