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21 Days: Daniel Fasting // DAY TWELVE

My fast is winding down. Only a week left, and I'm kind of sad about it. It really wasn't that hard to stick to. I mean, I miss milk, and I miss cheese, and I miss bagels and sandwiches. I miss icecream, and bowls of cereal. That's about it. I liked the fast. Oh yeah! I miss grilled chicken! I think after the fast I will continue to eat healthy. I ate a bowl of Campbell's Vegetarian Soup and a Sweet Potatoe. All cooked in the microwave. I will never eat regular potatoes again. 5 minutes and the sweet potatoe was completely done. I didn't need any seasoning, or butter like I thought I would. I really like being on this fast. I really actually enjoy eating healthy. I will definitely be incorporating the things I have learned on my fast into my regular eating habits.

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