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Last weekend was Family Weekend at Texas Tech University. The three of us went to see our son, and had a wonderful time. We got to meet his friends, see a good football game, and eat lots of Type O food.
My son shares a four-bedroom apartment with three other guys. My son says they all like meat, so that is mostly what they cook. One is Type B, but I don't know the blood types of the other two. I'm sure he eats more grain than a Type O should. But he knows the basics of the Blood Type Diet, and I think as he moves into adulthood he will follow more closely.
The club he is member of had a tailgate party before the football game. He had warned us that there might only be hotdogs. However it turned out to be a real feast. There were hotdogs, but there were also chicken wings and some of the best fajitas I have ever eaten.
After the game the four roommates had a reservation at a local Mexican restaurant. There were six college students plus parents and siblings. We were a large and loud group. I really liked the parents of his friends. I ordered a fajita salad without sour cream or cheese. It was served on a bed of dark greens (not iceberg lettuce). They were generous with the steak and the grilled onions.
I had packed canned meat and small cans of vegetables for the trip there and back. I didn't want to have to search for healthy food on the road. My meals were spinach and salmon; chicken and asparagus; and sardines and carrots. All were coated generously with olive oil.
It was hard to say goodbye, but he will be coming home for Thanksgiving, and we are so pleased with both his academic work and his social choices.
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