Watched the Documentary “The Botany of Desire” (50/366)

“We’re in the web of nature, not standing outside it. These plants are mirrors, in which we can see ourselves in a slightly different way. As much as this is a story about plants, it’s a story about human desire.” ~ Michael Pollan, author of “The Botany of Desire”

Attended the Grand Opening of Roll San Francisco (49/366)

“As a bike-lover and cyclist, this is the kind of place I wanted to go to, but I couldn’t find that anywhere. So we decided to open Roll San Francisco.” ~ Renita Taylor, co-owner of Roll San Francisco

Tried Iskiate, the Tarahumara Superfood Drink (48/366)

“In terms of nutritional content, a tablespoon of chia is like a smoothie made from salmon, spinach, and human growth hormone.” ~ Christopher McDougall, author of “Born To Run”

Completed the “Intro to Programming” Lesson at Codeacademy (47/366)

“Computers are good at following instructions, but not at reading your mind.” ~ Donald Knuth

Laid Down a “Sweat Angel” (46/366)

“I never go lying on my back. It’s a sign of weakness and surrendering. Never lying on my back.” ~ Mikko Salo, 2009 CrossFit Games Champion

Made Paleo Almond Butter Cups (45/366)

“What could be better for you than eating the foods you love?” ~ Nick Yow-Woo

Tasted a Thai Coconut Curry Chocolate Bar (44/366)

“Variety’s the very spice of life, That gives it all its flavor.” ~ William Cowper

Watched the Grammys (43/366)

“When I heard Aretha, I could feel her emotional delivery so clearly. It came from down deep within. That’s what I wanted to do.” ~ Whitney Houston

Screened a Whitney Houston Movie Marathon (42/366)

“I believe that love will never end. And like the river finds the sea … I was lost, now I’m free. ‘Cause I believe in you and me.” ~ Whitney Houston in The Preacher’s Wife

Read the Classic Literary Reference “The Elements of Style” (41/366)

“Rule 17. Omit needless words! Omit needless words! Omit needless words!” ~ William Strunk Jr.

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