A Place at the Table: Day 1b

It has been two hours since lunch. I am hungry, but not ravenous. Mainly I am tired and feeling lethargic. I plan to get up as soon as I finish typing this and walk around for a few minutes to see if I can jumpstart my brain.

Lunch was about a cup’s worth of cooked rice topped with black beans. I washed it down with several gulps from the water fountain. Staying hydrated is something I’m going to have to pay attention to as the fast goes on. That bottle of water I’m accustomed to carrying around won’t fit in my budget.

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