The Daily GLOB: Meatless Monday: Tatu Sushi, Chris Heller Update, CMC Monday Movie, UF New Music Ensemble, Bo Diddley Yoga, DIY vegan lunches, Asparagus envy, Starting to work out

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Volume 8, Day 136, Monday April 9,  2018

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Good morning GLObers.  It is a great day to be alive because the GLOB Master's son-in-law. Snowboarding injured, and all around good guy Chris Heller has been transported to Jacksonville where he will begin intensive rehabilitative therapy that hopefully will make him as good as new.   A relieved Jana Sanford-Heller has posted the latest update on the Chris-Heller Injury Update website last Friday:

"Tomorrow morning -- Friday Morning -- Chris and I will travel via air ambulance to Brooks Rehabilitation in Jacksonville! We are beyond excited to bring him home and I cannot wait to be in the same area as my husband and my kids. He will be in the neuro and spinal cord rehab unit for 6-9 weeks, so he has a long road of recovery ahead. Nevertheless, to finally leave ICU after a month is truly a blessing! We can't wait to have him home in Florida! This will be the last update for a while, as Chris begins rehab we want to focus on his recovery and allow him to decide what medical information he shares. We truly appreciate all of the support, donations and prayers. We are lucky to have you all. Love, Jana




It is Civic Media Center Monday Movie Night and at 7:00 you can see Crown Heights.  This true story is about Colin Warner who was wrongfully convicted of murder, and how his best friend Carl King devoted his life to proving Colin's innocence.   Gainesville Citizens for Alternatives to the Death Penalty is an organization composed of concerned people from Gainesville and the surrounding area who work together to abolish the death penalty in Florida and to promote restorative justice instead of retribution.. GCADP will follow the film with an informative discussion to talk about these critical issues. Screening is free; donations donations are greatly appreciated.



UF New Music Ensemble Concert - Join the UF School of Music for the UF New Music Ensemble Concert on April 9, 2018, at 7:30 pm in Music Building, Room 101 (MUB 101).. The School of Music, organized within the College of Fine Arts, plays an important role in the academic life of the University and the community. The School has 40 full-time and 4 adjunct faculty, serving some 75 graduate and 200 undergraduate music majors.



BO DIDDLEY YOGA: Tonight at 6:00 you can spend an hour with Yoga Con Kate being kind to yourself with this gentle flow inspired yoga class. Beginner friendly, and all levels of practice are welcome. A mat, as well as a towel or blanket, drinking water, and comfortable clothing are recommended. Free and open to the community, with donations appreciated.

What's for lunch GLOBers?  Tell me the lunch plan and I will deliver all the brain food you can absorb fresh and ready to enjoy . . .


Today in the GLOB!

Meatless Monday: Tatu Sushi,

Neither Lynn Dirk or the GLOB Master are sushi aficionados  so they picked the Veggie with Asparagus, avocado, cucumber, and kampyo (a kind of squash). Note the unusual combination of ingredients.  - READ MORE

Easy DIY vegan lunches

The PUREWOW website presents 20 Low-Maintenance, wholesome, Satisfying, vegan Lunch recipes you can whip up quickly, stash in the fridge and enjoy all week long. - READ MORE

Asparagus: God among veggies

In Britain, where I live, asparagus is a god among vegetables. It is greeted with real reverence in spring, as if nothing worth eating has been available for months.   - READ MORE




 HOW TO START WORKING OUT: Exercise can protect you from disease, slim your waistline and extend your lifespan. But doing it regularly is easier said than done. The right plan and knowledge about how to structure an exercise routine can help you make it a regular part of your life.



MEATLESS MONDAY FACTOID: People who eat fewer animal products have lower rates of obesity, dementia, arthritis, high blood pressure and other serious medical conditions. Nutrition experts worldwide are on board; the American Heart Association, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and Kaiser Permanente are among the leading public health organizations that support reducing meat consumption to improve health and prevent disease.



If you're still hungry and need a good lunch idea FOLLOW THIS LINK to Gainesville's Lunch Out Blog Instagram page.  This is where the GLOB's Image Editor Erica Corbett takes great pleasure in sharing amazingly looking, deliciously yummy images of what we are thinking about, contemplating seriously, and eventually eating for lunch in the Urban GLOB.

Have a simply marvelous Monday Lunch GLOBers and I will see ya right here tomorrow morning.

Mike Sanford, GLOB Editor

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