-Flashback to the early 90s. - My mother received a wok for Christmas. I kid you not, I distinctly remember her reading a book about eating broccoli and its healing/antioxidant powers.... So we ate broccoli- every evening from Christmas until about Valentines Day. (Wok the fok.) I also remember around this time my mother practicing Tai chi in the kitchen on Saturday mornings. It kinda looked like she was sparring with the slowest mime on Earth....
I didn't know why my mom was mime-sparring or why I was eating the same vegetable every night for over a month, but now, I think I do. I think her qi may have been stagnant and she was just trying to get it moving again.
I recount my day in jest, but truth statement: It. was. awesome! I felt tingly and then awake. Not annoyed awake but calm and energized awake. He and I had a great discussion about how it's very common and most likely that my liver qi (the organ which is the most affected by
I booked my next appointment and stopped by the grocery store.
I wonder what the statute of limitations for apologies for making fun of your mother and/or their cooking is?