I am an Undergraduate Student who has Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy and embraces the Vegan lifestyle. Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy is a Chronic Neurological Condition that I hope and pray there will be a cure to one day. Until then I live my life to the fullest, embrassing the life the Good Lord has given me.

Saturday, January 16, 2010

The Last Couple Days

In the last couple days my mom and I have been doing last minute errands before I go back to school. On Friday we rode down to NDC to take care of a few things. I was given permission to look at my new room and to start moving things from my former dorm room in there. To make things easier mom and I started moving things. We were there from about 4 to about 11:15 at night with about a 1 1/2 dinner break at one of our favorite restaurants near the college. We were able to get 98% of the items done with only the major things needed to be done (bed placed, rug moved, fridge moved). During our dinner break mom and I went to California Pizza Kitchen, a delicious high end salad-pizza restaurant. I ended up getting a nice Cesar Salad and Vegetarian Spaghetti.

I will be going back to school in the next few days. School doesnt start until Tuesday but I have the option of going back tomorrow. Im looking forward to seeing my friends who I havent been able to see over Winter Break.


  1. Glad you got so much done! Be careful about salad dressings... they contain a lot of fillers, MSG, gluten, and animal products in hidden terms. Caesar in particular is made with animal products but you can buy vegan caesar at the store. I have taken to making my own dressings or just using olive oil or flax oil.

  2. I agree with tough cookie.. my fav is a splash of balsamic, splash of olive oil, bit of sea salt and I am good to go. Or sub lemon juice for vinegar!

  3. I bet you are so ready to get back to school, not only seeing your friends, but getting back into the routine and keeping your mind busy and off the pain.
    I am very proud of you and of Tough Cookie....very proud!!

    Take Care & Enjoy School!

    Coach Marla