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My participation in the Winnipeg Harvest Poverty Pledge is coming to an end. I had expected this to be relatively easy. That had to last me the weekend as well. I felt I was missing out on more in What did I find myself missing the most? Number one without a doubt was coffee.

It was probably numbers 2,3, and 4 as well. I missed it as a beverage, but I also missed the visits to the coffee shops. I enjoy their coffee, but I also appreciate the exchanges with the staff at both places.

That aspect of my day was also missing during the Poverty Pledge. Energy was something that also went missing during the five days. Wednesday, was particularly noticeable. I found that by about two in the afternoon, I was feeling a little fuzzy and had a great deal of trouble concentrating. I went home and went to bed at about 7 pm. Slept for three hours and then got up for a couple before going back to bed again. My meal out for the week was going to be Thursday lunch, but I decided to hedge my bets by buying a little pick-me-up on the way to work.

I chose a 50 cent chocolate bar and a can of peaches. That combined with my lunch out gave me all I needed to carry on until the end of challenge. One of the things that the Poverty Pledge wants to raise awareness of is how people living on Income Assistance find themselves in social isolation.

This might have been the oddest part of the Poverty Pledge for me. I also noticed how fortunate I am, because even though I decided to do the Pledge on rather short notice, I did have offers of food and beverage from friends who were concerned on what I might be missing out on while taking the challenge.

This was evident when we had our clergy lunch on Thursday. I mentioned the Poverty Pledge, and two or three times before we left I was offered leftovers to take with me. The best part of the clergy lunch was that we ended up talking a lot about food. One of the parishes represented runs a food bank, and all of us have some experience with people seeking help to feed themselves and their families.

While we started out talking about food, our conversation spread to other areas such as mincome , and the ideas behind transition cities. While there were stories about the great needs, there were also encouraging stories about how the various parishes are forming new relationships in our neighbourhoods as a result of these food related activities.

As a result of this lunch, my time doing the Poverty Pledge left me with some new hope. These are as important as the groceries they take home. It reconfirmed for me the importance of all of us needing to find more ways of spending time eating together.

This is lovely, Donald. Thanks for posting this thoughtful piece of writing. Thank you for taking the Poverty Pledge, and for documenting your experiences Donald! It was really quite an eye opener for me…I have a new appreciation for my own food budget, and what it would feel like to do without.

Keep up the great writing! Saturday morning I was in the mood for a good old-fashioned breakfast. Bacon, eggs, potatoes, and […]. Like Liked by 1 person. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

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My participation in the Winnipeg Harvest Poverty Pledge is coming to an end. I had expected this to be relatively easy. That had to last me the weekend as well. I felt I was missing out on more in What did I find myself missing the most? Number one without a doubt was coffee. It was probably numbers 2,3, and 4 as well. I missed it as a beverage, but I also missed the visits to the coffee shops. I enjoy their coffee, but I also appreciate the exchanges with the staff at both places.

That aspect of my day was also missing during the Poverty Pledge. Energy was something that also went missing during the five days. Wednesday, was particularly noticeable. I found that by about two in the afternoon, I was feeling a little fuzzy and had a great deal of trouble concentrating. I went home and went to bed at about 7 pm. Slept for three hours and then got up for a couple before going back to bed again.

My meal out for the week was going to be Thursday lunch, but I decided to hedge my bets by buying a little pick-me-up on the way to work. I chose a 50 cent chocolate bar and a can of peaches. I put instant coffee in a microwave oven and almost went back in time.

So I did quit coffee and I did quit smoking. But I haven't managed that with drinking! Good communication is just as stimulating as black coffee, and just as hard to sleep after. When traveling with someone, take large does of patience and tolerance with your morning coffee. Coffee in England is just toasted milk. Americans are making coffee a bigger part of their lives, expanding attitudes and behaviors that are driving new levels of consumption.

Coffee and cigarettes, that's one of my weaknesses. It is surely easier to confess a murder over a cup of coffee than in front of a jury. That's a big deal for kids, when they come into the kitchen and the teacher is drinking coffee with mom. They react differently on the next day when you say: Cocaine is like really evil coffee. There's people outside our house; you get followed by photographers; you can't go out and have a cup of coffee with a friend without someone coming up to you.

It won't be easy drinking my Bailey's straight, but I'll get used to it. It'll still be the best part of waking up. A leaf fluttered in through the window this morning, as if supported by the rays of the sun, a bird settled on the fire escape, joy in the task of coffee, joy accompanied me as I walked. I began wearing hats as a young lawyer because it helped me to establish my professional identity.

Before that, whenever I was at a meeting, someone would ask me to get coffee. I bought an espresso maker and coffee maker and make them myself every day. China traditionally has been a tea-drinking country but we turned them into coffee drinkers.

It is the folly of too many to mistake the echo of a London coffee-house for the voice of the kingdom. Good communication is as stimulating as black coffee, and just as hard. I never drink coffee at lunch. I find it keeps me awake for the afternoon. I see the same coffee table everywhere. A girl in a bikini is like having a loaded pistol on your coffee table - There's nothing wrong with them, but it's hard to stop thinking about it.

Coffee on an airplane always smells bad. Whenever it is served, suddenly the whole cabin stinks of it. When I wake up in the morning, I just can't get started until I've had that first, piping hot pot of coffee. Oh, I've tried other enemas. I can't sit around having coffee. I have all these appointments, and a lot of my friends sit around having coffee talking about the jobs they didn't get.

Television is not real life. Instead of allowing everyone to talk to you at their whim, why not just enable chat for the people you would actually want to have real-time conversations with? Luckily Facebook has options to turn off chat for everyone except those you select, or simply turn it off for people who contact you too often. Here's how to set it up:.

Open your Facebook account in a Web browser. It's easiest to do it from your computer, but you can also load the desktop version of the site from a mobile device.

Open the chat area at the bottom-right corner of the page, then click the Settings cog and select Advanced Settings.

The ability for everyone you have as a friend to contact you in a real-time chat can eat a large chunk of your time each day (depending on the number of friends, of course). Missing your best friend can make you feel hollow from inside. Sometimes it is even worse that missing someone you love. If you’re reeling under the misery of being away from your friends, post your ramblings on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Let your bestie know how much you are missing him or her. A lot of people feel it's awkward and a little nerve racking to try to get back in touch with a friend they haven't spoken to in a while. What often happens is someone will want to drop an old buddy a line, but then they'll think, "It will be so weird sending them an email out of nowhere.