Day #2, 8:44 pm Kelsi Bradley’s Room, Summit Hall

Just let me say, somehow my day started off with cheese cake. No I did not eat it, but never the less, it was there. 3 weeks is too long for cheese cake to stay fresh in the fridge right? Obviously. So I threw my room mate’s 1 piece of cheese cake that had been residing in my teeny tiny dorm fridge away. Sorry, my orange juice wasn’t gonna fit and I thought I was doing you a favor.

But this morning, she was like, “Hey why did you throw away my food?” And I just sitting on the floor trying to find some socks, and all I thought was “aw shit.”

So basically, shit hit the fan because I threw away her cheesecake. I would like to note that I did apologize. And acknowledged that I had bad communication with her. I think that qualifies as issue over. But can you say dramatic? Sheesh. But onto the land of veggies and dairy-free products.

Due to my room mate escapade, I had NO extra time for breakfast. So I ended up downing 2 handfuls of raw pecans and a a glass of orange juice. So the lesson here is that room mate perpetuated haste actually promotes my goal of being vegan. So THANKS Tia!

Lunch was also super convenient. Got a salad at my local…..cafeteria( AKA Corbett hall). Avoiding cheese is a little difficult because I basically love feta on my salads. I also got a burrito on a gluten free tortilla but the lady in line completely ripped it in half and it was fudged. My day has been filled with people determined to promote my extreme veganism.

If you are familiar with dorm food, (if you’re my mom’s friend, you’re not. Its gotten a lot better.) Anyway, Braiden Hall houses a sand which place that is the bomb.com. But, I did not experience it tonight because I ate ANOTHER salad. And guess what bitches? I enjoyed it. Didn’t even think of bacon once. Maybe this challenge will be a success.

Peace out everyone(: Like literally, chill out. Don’t pull of Tia.)

Day 1 3:12 P.M Corbett Laundry Room

Day #1  3:12 p.m

When I started this challenge, I thought my only obstacles would be the food. WRONG. When I logged into my face book account this morning, a whole slew of negative comments deriving from my post (announcing that I would be becoming a vegan for 30 days), ¬†immediately filled up my notifications bar. My family and friends were not impressed. They think that this heads the list of dumb things I could do in college. Personally, I thought MIPs and heroin were at the top of the don’t do list, but apparently I was wrong. Apparently they don’t believe in vegan powers.

Anyway, on to the actual topic of the food…. I realized that I will not be able to have yogurt or milk for breakfast, cheese on my salads at lunch or ANY pasta!(It contains egg). I still need to research the foods I can eat, but I think bread is still an option. I thank God that I can still have peanut butter and pecans because otherwise I have no idea where my protein would come from. I still haven’t gotten around to dinner yet but I’m sure it will be a fairly interesting affair. Maybe all of you will be lucky enough to read another post from me later tonight!

Midnight Before The First Day of Being VEGAN

So here I am. I, Clay Campbell have decided that I will spontaneously become vegan for 30 days! I just decided this about an hour ago and created this blog, but I am fully committed to this project. As a freshman at CSU, I’m thinking I might be testing dining hall accommodations to the limit, but I have faith! I’ll be posting at least once a day, so check back!